Song of Solomon 2:15 – Catch for us the foxes, the little foxes that ruin the vineyards, our vineyards that are in bloom. (NIV)

Solomon wrote today’s Bible reading by using the analogy of little foxes to show that minor things can destroy the good if they are not monitored. These little foxes are clever, and they can manifest in the form of immorality, unguarded spoken words and actions, ungodly associations leading to wrong marriages, and negative decisions. This is why every child of God must be vigilant concerning the issues of their lives (2 Peter 3:17).

There was a man of God who was full of passion and power. He preached in several nations, and his ministry grew rapidly. Life was rosy for this pastor and his church until, during one of his ministerial trips, a boy claimed that he had sexually abused him. Consequently, the pastor was jailed, and that ended his calling. My prayer for you is that any foxes (sin) assigned to spoil your vineyards of grace and honour, shall perish, in Jesus’ name.

Beloved, have you fallen prey to any little foxes? Even if your answer is “yes”, there is restoration available in Christ. Telling Jesus about your situation is the best option because He will erase your mistakes and give you a fresh start. Cry out in prayer, and you will receive the power to prevail in this Christian journey.


Hymn: Christian, Seek Not Yet Repose – Charlotte Elliott (1836)

1. Father, I repent and surrender all to You. Please, delete my mistakes and restore me!

2. Holy Spirit, please never allow me to go astray again from the path of life.


1. Father, help me to be in tune with Your Word and not conform to the pattern of the world.

2. Father, encourage me and bless me with the Holy Spirit to order my steps so I can always please You.

3. Anyone under the radar of Satan in my family and church, Father, deliver them.

4. Thank You, Lord, for a new beginning.


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