When you start to take new ground—you go after your healing, your freedom, your abundance—the enemy thinks that’s his territory. He thinks that ground belongs to him, so you’ll hear that roar louder than ever. He’s hoping to intimidate you to turn back and not go after what God put in your heart. How many people hear the roar and give up on their dream, quit believing for their healing, think that they could never come out of debt?
The crippled; Jesus asked to “Rise and walk!” There was no hesitation on the part of the healed! Yes! There are accounts aplenty! It was and is never said “try” it is said “Do.” Hallelujah!
Have a new perspective: the roar is a sign that you’re moving toward what God promised. You wouldn’t hear the roar if you weren’t about to go where you’ve never been and experience God’s favor, influence, opportunity, like you’ve never seen.