Reach for the Stars
Reach for the Stars by Bill Britton. here have always been men who walked in a realm beyond the limitations of their time and generation. While most men feel that they have to settle for the status quo, and seem satisfied with whatever is made available to their generation, there are some who are spiritual pioneers, who “reach for the stars”. (Bill Britton)
Enoch was such a man. The Bible says: “Enoch walked with God; and he was not; for God took him.” (Genesis 5:24) Now this may not seem like such a great thing to some of you, but let me remind you… Enoch did not live in a day when men were walking with God. It had been almost a thousand years since Adam had walked with God in the garden. After the fall, men had only the promise of death. The earth was filled with violence, and the un-godliness of men was a stench that reached to heaven. There were no churches in every village and hamlet. (Bill Britton)
Reach for the Stars
There was no saviour yet who had died for the sins of men. Saints of God were almost un-heard of.
Enoch was the first one we read of who had a “thus saith the Lord”. We read in Jude 14 that “Enoch prophesied, saying Behold, the Lord cometh with ten thousands of his saints, to execute judgment upon all”. Now Enoch was only the seventh from Adam, and he lived in a day when we can hardly find a half dozen saints, let alone ten thousand. Yet he looked far beyond his own day, and saw into the great Day of the Lord when the saints of God would execute a great victory over evil in the earth.
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