Recently I have been studying 1 Samuel 13:16-14:23. In that passage we read that King Saul’s army was under-manned (only 600 men) and under-equipped (2 spears, 2 swords, and a pile of farming tools). We could refer to that as a big wall.
We also read that King’s Saul’s army (particularly Jonathan and his armor-bearer) pulled off an incredible victory over the Philistines. We could refer to that as a big fall. In this passage we see a big wall and a big fall. In fact, it could be said that the bigger the wall the bigger the fall.
“The more obstacles you have, the more opportunities there are for God to do something.”