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|God Walks Through Fire With You|
In a land we now call Iraq, an arrogant despot named King Nebuchadnezzar ordered all to bow to a golden image he set up outside the capital city of Babylon. Those who didn't bow down would be thrown into a red-hot fire pit.
Three Jewish refugees for Jerusalem refused to obey. 'If we are thrown into the blazing furnace, the God we serve is able to save us from it, and he will rescue us from your hand, O king. But even if he does not, we want you to know, O king, that we will not serve your gods or worship the image of gold you have set up' (Daniel 3:17-18).
The enraged king ordered the Jews thrown into the furnace. But a strange thing happened. The soldiers who threw the three young men into the furnace were themselves burned to death. The three Jews didn't even get their hair signed. The crowd gasped, the king was shocked, because in the midst of the fire appeared to be four men, not three, walking around unharmed.
Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego had faith God could deliver them. Scripture contains few more heroic words than, 'But even if he does not...' (verse 18). The three refugees confidently proclaim: 'If we are thrown into the blazing furnace, the God we serve is able to save us from it' (verse 17).
They knew God does not always make things comfortable for his followers. God may not save us from going into the fiery furnace or heal us or make us prosperous, but the presence of Jesus Christ provides safety in the middle of blazing tribulation. He walks trough fire with us.
Though three Jewish young men, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego, survived the fire without even the smell of smoke on them, we won't always feel as if we have escaped. The greats of Hebrews 11 went to their deaths ---- battered and burned, through the fire, to the limit. To them faith was not a cushion to fall back on, but a driving energy. Their eyes were placed firmly on their Saviour, Jesus Christ.
In the The Wounded Healer, Henri Nouwen writes that Jesus Christ is with us, 'not after all our misery is passed, but in the middle of it, not in another place but right here where we are standing.'
What fires are you fighting? Do you wish you knew how your fiery trial will end? Sometimes we have to walk trough the fires of life longer than we want to and wait for God's time to bring us out. Paul waited to have his affliction removed. Noah waited in the ark. Joseph spent years in prison.
As we persevere through the pressure, trusting God during impossible situations, we don't have to wait with unmoved resignation or dry-eyed stoicism.
'As often as not, spiritual giants of the Bible are often contending with God. They prefer to go away limping, like Jacob, rather than shut God out,' penned Philip Yancey in Disappointment With God. 'You can't really deny your feelings or make them disappear, so you might as well express them.'
After pleading with God, through tears and anxiety, we can break through to a new level of confidence. God will supply us with renewed knowledge of him and assurance that he has heard us and is in control of our lives. Allow Christ to replenish you daily with his boundless grace and sustaining strength. Our hope in him will not be disappointed.
If we call on God, he will be there in our times of trouble. God will never let us walk through the fire alone.