I Am Glory, The Warrior
Revelations and Messages 13
The LORD is a warrior; the LORD is his name. Exodus 15:3 NIV
The LORD is a man of war; the LORD is his name. Exodus 15:3 ESV
The LORD will fight for you; you need only to be still.” Exodus 14:4
O LORD, oppose those who oppose me. Fight those who fight against me. Psalm 35:1
The Lord spoke to me the other day, as I was singing a song about the blood of Jesus in the middle of the night. He said, “I am glory, the warrior.” I reflected on this word and said, to myself, “so true.” I believe the Lord said that to me to:
1. Announce His manifest presence to me
2. To remind me that He is a warrior. He also wanted me to see Him as a warrior who would fight for me because the next day, He gave me a prayer point while I was fellowshipping with Him. The prayer point was, “Lord fight those who fight against me.”
The truth is that most of us do not see our God as a warrior and fighter who will fight for us to defend us and defeat our enemies. This is because so many preachers do not have an experiential knowledge of God’s presence and power. They teach about God in an academic way. They rarely teach about the how – that is, how do I pray and experience the reality and glory of God? It is the how when practiced that leads to victory.
Most Pastors just have a textbook knowledge of God, so they treat the Bible like a text book, forgetting that there is a Spirit behind the Bible.
He is a personal God and is our personal savior, deliverer and protector. He wants to be intimate and personal with us instead of being “that faraway God.”
The idol worshippers have idols attached to their aura. These idols are so wicked and terrible that they fight dirty to protect, heal and enrich their worshippers but at the end, the idols take their worshippers to Hell. The idols rob and rape others to bless their worshippers.
Our God is Holy and He will never rob anyone to bless us but we need to know how to pray down His manifestations through prayers. When He appears, He will fight and defeat our enemies. If He does not appear, you will not know Him as a fighter and warrior and you can remain a slave even though you have been redeemed. It is not His fault, He has done His own part by saving us and giving us the word of God and the Holy Spirit. We just need to persist and see the salvation of our God.
He made the wheels of their chariots get stuck, so that they moved with great difficulty. The Egyptians said, “The Lord is fighting for the Israelites against us. Let’s get out of here!” Exodus 14:25
If God is not yet fighting for you, it means that His glory has not yet appeared in your aura. When His glory appears, He will begin to accompany you and fight against your enemies and if you press in, persist and continue in prayer and fellowship. He will defeat your enemies.
May God fight against your enemies and defeat them.