God gave both Peter and Cornelius visions that changed their world. In Acts 10 we read about Peter’s vision that God gave to break through his current mindset and make it crystal clear that the saving message of the gospel of Jesus Christ is for every person on earth. God challenged Peter’s mindset in three different ways.
Everyone will face the four ‘D” giants in their lives. When the Israelite nation finally crossed the Jordan River to take possession of the Promised Land, they faced these four giants. The may look different and come in different packages, but we all face them.
Divine connections are those associations or relationships that God has preordained for us. They are priceless because God uses these relationships to direct us to our destiny and bring increase to us. These divine connections are part of His plan to help us connect more deeply with God; with others who will help encourage us in our spiritual walk and growth; and help us to connect people who are not in the kingdom yet.
We have heard the statement many times, living life on the edge. This phrase can give or carry a positive connotation. There are many people who love to do daring things/feats such a jumping or parachuting from an airplane or zip lining from high mountains. They love the feeling, the exhilaration, and the rush that comes with taking risks or living life on the edge. The thought is, you are not living until you are living life on the edge!
But living life on the edge comes with inherent danger!