The LORD is a man of war – Part 1

WebTheLordIsAManOfWarFrontClose_largeIn our early developmental years, I am sure you might have heard this phrase, “Like Father like Son.”? This means we are inherently built with God’s nature and character. One thing we know and can I identify with, God is a mighty warrior strong in battle.

In case you have not been introduced to Him before, allow me this great opportunity to introduce you to my Father, who owns the Heavens and the earth – “The Lord is His Name.” Do you know Him?

Who is this King of gloryThe Lord strong and mighty, the Lord mighty in battle.” Read Psalm 24:8 (NIV). Can you see this? Our God is STRONG, CAPABLE and MIGHTY.

Make God’s glory resound; echo his praises from coast to coast. God steps out like He means businessYou can see He’s primed for actionHe shouts, announcing His arrival; He takes charge and His enemies fall into line.” Read Isaiah 42:13 (MSG).

The mountains tremble and quake before Him and the hills melt away, and the earth is upheaved at His presenceyes, the world and all that dwell in it.” Read Nahum 1:5 (AMPC).

The Lord is His Name.” And because of His ability, nature and character, I decided many years ago to accept a tried and tested winner, and I invite you to join me on this exciting but challenging journey.

We write. You read. Be encouraged.

 

 

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4 thoughts on “The LORD is a man of war – Part 1

  1. He is truly a mighty Warrior, the Lord of Host is His name. Look at Ex14:14 deeply. Even your parents will push you out to defend yourself but The Lord said hold your peace and watch Me do the fighting. Wonderful.

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