Bible Passage: 2 Chronicles 20:1-30
We need to recognize who we serve. God is all-powerful and there is none like Him. Does He have enemies? Do we as Christians have enemies? Yes, but we as Christians are not the minority.
Jehoshaphat did what we should always do and that is to fall to our knees before God and ask Him to go to war for us. God has already warned the people that if you will not stand for Him then you stand against Him and therefore you will fail. God is able and always will be. He will fight your battles even when He owes us nothing. We owe Him everything and yet He loves us like we are the only ones. Jehoshaphat was a great leader because he followed God’s heart. He wasn’t about to allow anything or anyone to come against God. When you line up with God then you’ve got good things coming your way. You must ask God to purge you of all unholy things and allow God to be in full control of your life.
We need the help of God and God alone. Pray for God to convict the hearts of everyone from the lost to the saved. We should come together in one hand, one heart, and one spirit and call upon God. It’s not about one person or one church but about a group of believers as Christians to turn towards God. If you feel that the country is too far gone then you serve a different god. God is and will always be in full control. How many times in His word did it look as if nothing could change the hearts of the people and yet God changed them? God is still in control and He hasn’t changed. God’s people need to pray, cry out to God! People of God need to bind together as one for God. Not just the baptist churches but ALL persons saved under the blood of Christ.
Are you not our God?
Are you not grateful that you are a child of God if you’re saved?
Be not Afraid!
As a Christian, the battle is not yours, but God’s. God is still the same today as He was yesterday. Get right with God, serve Him, and the battles that come against you He will fight for you. If God says it, He means it and will not change it.
Make up your mind!
Set yourself for God. Stop straddling the fence. Stop living in the world and wanting God to fight for you. Stop going back and forth between the world and God and make up your mind who you will serve. So, who’s side are you on?