Front Line Worship…

Precious Divine Family

I pray that this message finds you all wrapped snugly in the peace of the Lord. I am sometimes mixed on whether the transparency of my spiritual walk is a good idea. One thing that brings me peace and allows me to keep sharing my life is because one of the tricks of the enemy is to make people believe that they are the only ones going through or experiencing a certain thing. I’m here to say you are not alone. In every circumstance, to help me see clearly, I know that I have to raise my worship above and in front of my circumstances.

Before every major battle the Tribe of Judah would always be the tribe on the front lines of battle. Why? Worship breaks strongholds and confounds the enemy. Worship also allows us to hear the directions from the Holy Spirit. Whatever you are going through, right now, send up a fragrant offering of worship. Use the keys of worship to access the Most Holy Place.

Prayers, Sacred Scriptures and Affirmations

2 Chronicles 20:20-23

Living Bible

20 Early the next morning the army of Judah went out into the wilderness of Tekoa. On the way Jehoshaphat stopped and called them to attention. “Listen to me, O people of Judah and Jerusalem,” he said. “Believe in the Lord your God and you shall have success! Believe his prophets and everything will be all right!”

21 After consultation with the leaders of the people, he determined that there should be a choir leading the march, clothed in sanctified garments and singing the song “His Loving-Kindness Is Forever” as they walked along praising and thanking the Lord! 2And at the moment they began to sing and to praise, the Lord caused the armies of Ammon, Moab, and Mount Seir to begin fighting among themselves, and they destroyed each other! 23 For the Ammonites and Moabites turned against their allies from Mount Seir and killed every one of them. And when they had finished that job, they turned against each other!

Beloved Jehovah:

As we go about in our earthly Christian journey, thank you for reminding us that prayer and worship breaks strongholds and confused the enemy. May we always have a response of worship in our hearts and minds. May we surround ourselves with worship. May worship lead us in the good way, according to your will. We know that Jesus has gone before and prepared a way. He is the Lion of Judah, our living worship. It is in his name that we do lift this prayer. And it is and shall be forevermore, Amen.

Rev. Marcia Davis