Sometimes we come across difficult problems or “rivers” that are difficult to cross.
It could be a medical, spiritual, family, marital, schooling, or work-related problem that we have to solve.
After their exodus from Egypt, Israel had to cross the Jordan River. This was irrespective of whether you could swim or not. Through the power of God, they divided the river into two and walked on dry land.
How can you also divide your “Jordan?”
“And as soon as the priests who carry the ark of the LORD – the Lord of all the earth – set foot in the Jordan, its waters flowing downstream will be cut off and stand up in a heap.”
- You need to be a “priest.”
The job of a priest is to offer sacrifices to God. In this dispensation, we are all priests. We are to offer our bodies as a living sacrifice: Holy.
- You need to “carry the ark.”
The ark contained the presence of God and His presence released the anointing or power of God. Presently, you don’t have to labor to carry a literal ark, but you have to labor in the word and prayer to carry His presence and power.
- You need faith to release His power.
Until “you set foot” in your Jordan, your river will not part.
Do you have a river to cross? Be a priest, carry the ark and, have faith.