Good morning, To the Visible Army of God:
Father God, thank you for perfecting our faith. Thank you, God, for not allowing us to quit, on the very precipice of our breakthrough and crossing over point to our higher level. We know and understand that the enemy will try it’s best to distract us, entice us, injure us and even kill us, just to prevent us from going into our next level in God.
I’m blowing the morning trumpet. I’m reminding all the troops to get ready. The fight is not over. Get to your battle stations.
Why did I greeting you as the “Visible Army of God?” Two reasons, first, as sold out Christians, we are the visible front line of defense. We can see the visible enemy and the visible enemy can see us. Second, we must be ready, at all times, for battle. We know that there is an invisible army, eaging war in the heavenly places, but to I’m talking to the ground troops this m.
Even when soldiers are “at ease”, they still know that a war is going on around them. So the same is for us. Even when we are not in fight mode, we must always realize that there is still a war going on around us.
1 Peter 5:8-11
J.B. Phillips New Testament (PHILLIPS)
Resist the devil: you are in God’s hands
8-11 Be self-controlled and vigilant always, for your enemy the devil is always about, prowling like a lion roaring for its prey. Resist him, standing firm in your faith and remember that the strain is the same for all your fellow-Christians in other parts of the world. And after you have borne these sufferings a very little while, God himself (from whom we receive all grace and who has called you to share his eternal splendour through Christ) will make you whole and secure and strong. All power is his for ever and ever, Amen!
I count it an honor and a privilege to serve with you in battle. Continue the good fight. Now is not the time to be pretty or cute. Now is the time for a WAR CRY!! Some mornings require a Pentecostal Praise. This is one of those mornings.
Be Blessed and be Ready,
Rev. Marcia Davis