Text: 2 Kings 6:1-5, Psalm 70:1-5
Friend of God, we are in the end of the year where your case requires an emergency. God will not disappoint you in Jesus name.
The word emergency is a serious and unexpected often dangerous situation that requires immediate attention.
When someone’s case is urgent, it is the right time in the spirit realm for him or her to be blessed and highly favored by God. It is my prayer today that God will highly favor you.
When your case is urgent, God is ready to turn every ugly situation for a testimony.
“Some situations requires desperate emergency; that is, machine gun prayer”.
Sometimes, what the enemy understands is force. Blind Bartemaeus in the bible needed an emergency attention and he said to Jesus “that I might receive my sight”.
When you seek for God’s help, it is appropriate you go straight to the point like blind Bartimaeus. Make your request straight and avoid telling stories.
No matter that challenge in your life, the emergency unit in heaven will intervene. As you present your emergency case to God, cry out and ask for quick help.
2 Ways to Make your Case an Emergency
1. Have a scale of Preference – Mark 10:46
In emergency situations, there are needs which are more important than the others. When Peter was in prison, many doors were shut against him but when God showed up, the first door was opened and thereafter, the iron gate was opened for him to go out of the prison. If God can open the most important door, every other doors will open.
Solomon also, asked for wisdom out of his many needs.
Friend of God, it is wise you ask God for that pressing need you have. Do not put many cases forward.
In Mark 10:47, blind Bartimaeus, a beggar heard that Jesus of Nazareth was passing by; so, he cried out and said “…Jesus thou son of David, have mercy on me”. As he cried out, he had faith that Jesus would make him whole.
Blind Bartimaeus reset reset his priorities when he met with Jesus because he knew that once he receives his sight, he would no longer beg but would work and fend for himself.
2. Do the Unusual – Luke 5:18, Mark 10:47-52
It is important you do the unusual when presenting an emergency case to God. Blind Bartemaeus cried out to Jesus that he may receive his sight. After doing the unusual, verse 52 said that he received his sight.
Child of God, you must do the unusual to receive your expected blessings from God. In Luke 5:18, a man sick of the palsy was brought through the roof to where Jesus was. In doing that unusual, that man was healed.
Doing the unusual means that you should pray out of your comfort zone. You cannot sleep freely when in a bad situation. Paul and Silas when in prison, prayed all night and God came to their rescue.
Friend of God, cry out, cry for help! You cannot end like this.
The Centurion in Matthew 8:5-13 had an emergency. He presented his case to Jesus and ONLY required the word of Jesus so that so that his servant will be healed. This man is not even the servant of Jesus, but his request was granted. It does not matter whether you are a worker in church, just cry out to God and you receive help. The faith of that the Centurion brought healing to his servant even in that same hour.
I pray for you…
Any machine gun that is required to bring you out of that ugly situation, it will be applied by fire.