Do Not Weep, The Lamb is a Lion!


Beloved.  Do not weep.  The Lamb is a Lion.  The Lion of Judah is roaring in victory.

You are not defeated, My Child.  I came and destroyed the works of the devil. You have been delivered from the chains of darkness and translated into My kingdom of Light.

In My name and by the Blood of the Lamb, every curse has been broken.  Sin and death are underneath My feet.  You have survived the unsurvivable.

I have picked you up and placed your feet upon the Rock.  I will not let the evil one grieve you, Dear One.

I AM the God of the impossible.  Do not doubt, but only believe.  Declare Whose you are.  Let the redeemed of the LORD say so.

Take up the Sword of the Spirit and speak My Word, My Child.  I AM the ALL SUFFICIENT One, your Savior, the God of the whole earth I AM called.  NONE is above Me.  You SHALL overcome by the Blood of the Lamb and the Word of your testimony.  Be not afraid of evil tidings, Beloved.

There is victory in the camp tonight.  Every enemy shall flee from the fire in My Eyes.  Hear the thunder in the distance, it is the shout of El-Shaddi.  Weep not, My Love, the Lion of Judah has triumphed.

‘EL’: The All-Sufficient One, God Almighty, the Almighty or Almighty God.

‘SHAD’: or “shadayim”: meaning “breast” or “breasts”:  One who nourishes, supplies, and satisfies.

‘DAI’: sheds forth, pours out, to heap benefits .

The Hebrew root word “shadad” (meaning “to overpower” or “to destroy”) means absolute power.  While Elohim is the God who creates, in the name “Shaddai” God reveals Himself as the God who compels nature to do what is contrary to itself. He is able to triumph over every obstacle and all opposition; He is able to subdue all things to Himself.

Yahweh: Is the One who mightily nourishes, satisfies, protects, and supplies His people.  El Shaddai is our All-Sufficient Sustainer.  It is God as “El” who helps, and it is God as “Shaddai” who abundantly blesses with all manner of blessings.

“And I began to weep bitterly, because no one was found worthy to open the scroll or look inside it.
Then one of the elders said to me, “Do not weep! Behold, the Lion of the tribe of Judah, the root of David, has triumphed to open the scroll and its seven seals.”
Then I saw a Lamb who appeared to have been slain, standing in the center of the throne, encircled by the four living creatures and the elders.
The Lamb had seven horns and seven eyes, which represent the sevenfold Spirit of God sent out into all the earth,”
   Revelation 5:4-6.


~Deborah Waldron Fry

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Do Not Weep, The Lamb is a Lion! — 3 Comments

  1. Dear Deborah

    Thank you again for such an awesome word in fact I took a picture of it and sent it to my son as he is going to speak with one of my customers this morning about starting his own business as they have much work.  About a week ago it was on my heart to watch the movie THE BOOK OF ELI there are some profanities in this movie but I was to watch it.  What I gleaned from this is Danziel Washington was portraying a blind man which was not evident till the very end yet the skill he had with the sword and protection that carried him to his destiny for bring God’s word were so strong.  What the Lord was telling me is that I need to walk the rest of my journey with the EYES OF MY HEART AND THE EARS OF MY HEART taking up the sword of the spirit and that I was to walk in the authority of being a King’s daughter.  So thank you for the blessed word Sue

  2. Thank you my Daddy for speaking what was so on my heart. I love your Words, which brings me comfort and joy Joy, joy. I love how you are helping me Lion of Judah, Roaring on my behalf. The El Shaddai, Glory ! Speaking to Me. Amen ! I love you !