The tour group slowed their pace but the tour guide prodded them along and told them to keep up the pace there was much to see. The group soon stood in front of the large confinement area and looked. One of the members of the group spotted the lion.
As they marveled at the lion’s size – many began to back away from the fence. The tour guide, a lying spirit, said, “Don’t fear, a lion born in captivity is not a concern – they don’t even know how to be wild or dangerous”. The group relaxed, breathed a sigh of relief, and moved closer to the fence. Others boldly yelled and taunted the lion.
As the tour guide settled the crowd down, he started sharing the history of how the church had become so docile and captured. Many members in the group took notes in their journals and some took photos. But none noticed that the lion began to stir.
No one in the group had known that between tours, the lion had a visitor. The spirit of the Great Wild Lion, the Lion of the Tribe of Judah, had inhabited this lion born in
captivity. The same spirit that raised Christ Jesus from the dead was now resident in this lion born in captivity.
The Lion stood.
The tour guide turned and said, “The lion sometimes moves but it has no strength”. The lion looked at its new audience and in one fluid, effortless motion leaped from his ledge, across the divide, and over the fence. Most of the tour group scattered; others became the first of many fresh kills of the Risen Lion.
is a new day – the captive is free and ALIVE with the same nature of its