Let God Arise, Let His Enemies be Scattered

 

“So it was, whenever the ark set out, that Moses said:
‘Rise up, O Lord!
Let Your enemies be scattered,
And let those who hate You flee before You.’”   
Numbers 10:35 NKJV.

My child, “Let God arise, let His enemies be scattered.”  When the glory cloud lifted off of the Tabernacle in the wilderness, Moses would call upon Me to rise up and scatter the enemy: Yes, to go before them in the power of My might.  Even now, I call out to My people to open up their spirits, souls, and bodies to Me that I might rise up in them and pour out through them the power of My presence.

The cloud of My presence is on the move.  My strange and marvelous work has begun in earnest.  Cling not to the old ways of worship, but allow a new sound to come forth from the very depth of your being.  It is a sound of victory even before the battles commence. It is a sound of worship that scatters the darkness even before the dawn.  It is the sound of the remnant, who like Gideon, does not depend on numbers.  When I AM moving with you nothing can stand before you.

I AM arising!  The camp of darkness is in panic mode because they feel the tremors in the spirit realm.  But they will melt like wax before me as I lead you out into the fields.

Raise up your voices in a battle-cry.  Let Me rise up in you.  As you release this cry, faith will arise, your healing will come, My peace will destroy anxiety, and My joy will strengthen you.

Act now!  See the Lord marching before you.  I cover you now with My banner of Love. Open your mouth and declare and decree:

Let God Arise;  Let His enemies be scattered!

Let God Arise;  Let His enemies be scattered!

Let God Arise;  Let His enemies be scattered!

Let God Arise;  Let His enemies be scattered!

Let God Arise;  Let His enemies be scattered!

Let God Arise;  Let His enemies be scattered!

Psalms 68:1, NKJV (repeated).

 

Scriptural References:

Judges 7:15-22;  2 Chronicles 20:14-17;  Isaiah 60:1-3;  Nehemiah 8:10b;  Song of Songs 2:4;  Psalms 40:3; 68:1-3; 81:1;  Romans 8:31;  Philippians 4:6-7;  Colossians 1:10-12.

 

~ Mary B. Dovie
“In God We Trust”


Mary B. Dovie imageMary B. Dovie is an ordained minister of the Gospel under the covering of Joy Christian Church and Gideon Christian Fellowship in New Orleans, Louisiana.  She operates under a prophetic and teaching anointing.  Mary is married to her high school sweetheart, Paul; they live in Theodore, Alabama.  Their family includes son Anthony, who serves in the US Army, as well as their son Matthew, his wife, Jennifer, and daughters, Amelia and Stella.

 

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