God: man of war; gives us choices; concerned about our choices
Isaiah 44:25 (KJV) “That frustrateth the tokens of the liars, and maketh diviners mad; that turneth wise men backward, and maketh their knowledge foolish”.
When you are called by God and engage in actively serving God, there is much opposition you will come up against, but this is never an opportunity to succumb to the attacks, but to ask God to teach your fingers to war. The good thing about this approach is that you won’t be doing the fighting, but the Spirit of God will engage the enemy on your behalf.
The expectation as you enlist for this army of God is that you will emerge the victor; however, you will not take it as an opportunity to be relaxed and laid back, but to be fully equipped by the armory of God to forge to the throne of God and barrage heaven to fight that good fight of faith.
You see, God is man of war, He never runs from a fight but will take control of every force which comes against His people and cast them down; His people needs to first of all be in agreement with Him and completely surrendered to His will and desires.
In exchange for this agreement, God will expose and frustrate the opposition of lies which are directed at your life; we know how devastating it is when others bring a false witness against us: one the job, in the home, at our church, it can be hurtful, but when your God puts in an appearance in the situation, He will turn it to foolishness.
Those prone to practicing unjust actions against the righteous will have a force to be reckoned with; God does not joke with the protection of His people as long as you eschew evil and seek and worship Him in spirit and truth diligently.
What choice will you select today; do you want to be a battle-axe for in this army or continue to be a victim in this world where the very title of Christian brings an immediate plan of action against your life from the enemies of God. It might seem to be a difficult choice, but consider having someone at your side for all eternity who is also your friend.
Trivia: He had no shame in letting loose with tears as he was overcome with emotions. Who is this?
Q. Although he had a great and major destiny to fulfill, the Lord would have killed him because he didn’t follow a covenant agreement, who is this?
Ans: Moses (Exodus 4:24 KJV)