I thank God for saving the life of his servant with his family, Apostle Suleiman. Condolences for the loss of his aides. May God replenish the loss of the bereaved family. May God also grant the apostle and his family quick healing from the trauma.
Talking about the bulletproof car which has since become a centre of debate. I have seen people as usual say all sorts such as “it wasn’t anointing oil that saved him, it was bulletproof”. That’s like saying: “it wasn’t God that saved him but the car”. If thieves attempted breaking into their father’s house and after several attempts, even when the door was almost giving in, they were overpowered, those naysayers will go to church and say: “it wasn’t God that secured our parents, it was the iron door”.
The law of Divine Security says: “do your best and leave the rest”. Do your best, leave the rest for God but be at peace.
While I live in a house with a gate, I shut the gates at night, God keeps me.
When I was living in a gateless house, I shut the door to my room and God kept me.
When I was living in a house without a gate and without door, I drew my curtain at night and slept peaceably because the Lord was watching over me.
There’s a place for wisdom, there is a place of divine security.
Except the Lord keeps the city, the watchmen keep vigil in vain but note: there were still watchmen keeping vigils.