Touch Not God’s Anointed, And Do God’s Prophets No Harm (Psalm 105:15)

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God said to Abraham
“And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curseth thee….”

(Genesis 12:3). Isn’t that ironic! Because of Abraham the blessings of God will
come upon a man. On the other hand, the lot of another man because of Father
Abraham is curse. Anyone who comes against you has positioned himself under a
curse and as such he’ll live in misery the rest of his life. It makes no
difference if it’s one person, two, ten, twenty or more people; they are all
operating under a sealed fate.

This is why you
should be very careful about the things you say about any man of God. Sadly, some
Christians have constituted themselves to be critics of some kind in the house
of God; they are apt to criticize men whom God has anointed. These people would
only get themselves into trouble for God hasn’t given any man such
responsibility; that’s God’s sole responsibility. Miriam was a prophetess and
Moses’ sister. However, when she spoke against Moses the Lord rebuked her and
she became leprous (Numbers 12:1-10). If God could do that to a prophetess,
don’t you think even worse could happen to any other person!

Any man who harms His anointed ones has brought a curse upon
not only himself but also his household and many generations after him. God
Almighty said “…..Touch not my anointed,
and do my prophets no harm”
(1 Chronicles 16:22).

Remember, the same fire that gave light to the children of
Israel also placed great darkness upon the Egyptians. I urge you to keep away
from anything that may cause the Holy Spirit to turn against you.”

Don’t touch them with your pen or your publication.


Dear Father, help me
keep my tongue and lips from transgressing against you, through my comments
about men whom you’ve anointed. Let my words be full of grace that it may edify
all that hear me, and strengthen their faith in You and Your prophets, in Jesus
Christ Name, Amen!