By R. W Schambach
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By knowing God's Word! " The first thing Jesus did was to make plain His will, and then He cleansed the leper. Hear this! "I will! " What was that? He went about doing good, and healing all that were oppressed of the devil. (Acts 10:38). You have got to know God's will! Would you dare ask Him to do anything against His will? But it is God's will to heal you. It is His will that you prosper, and be in health, and triumph gloriously over every trial that comes into your life! When you believe that, you can hold your head high and walk in faith.
God had made promises to Abraham about this son, and Abraham believed those promises. He also believed God's command and was determined to obey it. He didn't know how God was going to manage the whole thing, but he trusted God. I can imagine Isaac as they walked up the mountain. "Dad, you say we are going to offer a sacrifice? You've got the knife and the rope, and I've got the wood. " Abraham said, "Son, Jehovah Jirah! " Isn't that beautiful? Here was a man of faith, not questioning God, doing exactly what God told him to do.
Isn't that beautiful? Here was a man of faith, not questioning God, doing exactly what God told him to do. God will always make a way where there is no way when we move in obedience to Him. "I do not ask to see the distant path. " Abraham did not delay. He got up there and built that altar. When it was finished, he took his son and tied him up, and laid him down on the altar. He took the knife in his hand, and was bringing it down toward his son, lying there bound, without hesitation. Then the angel of God stopped him.