Speaking of their deliverance, the Bible says that God brought them out on eagles’ wings: “You yourselves have seen what I did to the Egyptians, and how I bore you on eagles’ wings, and brought you to Myself” (Exodus 19:4). He gave them eyes to “see” (the prophetic promise) plus “wings” to get there. The Lord will never frustrate you with a promise that He will not give you the grace to fulfill.
In this hour, it is important to “see” the issues, problems, and obstacles but we MUST also (and primarily) “see” God’s prophetic solutions. We need “eyes to see and ears to hear” what God is saying through His prophets in our day.
In military training, ground troops learn to identify the terrain they move through, to tread carefully, and be watchful. Why? Because they may be walking through a minefield. They can lose both their
lives and the war if they do not “see” or discern. However, the troops do not focus entirely on possible mines or even on an enemy that might be lurking behind the bushes. Their primary attention is on
accomplishing their mission. They learn to keep their concentration on the intended outcome while staying alert to danger along the way. To be a victor, one cannot place all their attention on the possible problems encountered along the way.