Fan The Flame Stoke The Fire!

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Elaine Tavolacci

The Lord showed me a campfire that had died out but underneath, the embers were still red hot. The embers radiated heat long after the fire was out and could easily ignite again if they were stoked, poked or if the wind blew upon them.

The embers were smoldering which means that they were still burning, yet without a flame. 


The Lord gave me this analogy from Leviticus 9:23-24 of how God supernaturally sent fire on the altar for the burnt offerings. Although the fire was kindled by God Himself,  the priests had to continually keep it from ever dying out. This required a regular removal of the ashes and anything which would prevent the fire from burning. Some of you need the fire of God …