The Lord Will Fight to Gain His Glory
For it was of the LORD to harden their hearts, that they should come against Israel in battle, that He might destroy them utterly, and that they might have no favor, but that He might destroy them, as the LORD commanded Moses.
I will harden the hearts of the Egyptians so that they will go in after them. And I will gain glory through Pharaoh and all his army, through his chariots and his horsemen.
A paramount change or course has occurred recently which will allow for God to fight for His people and gain His glory that He deserves in these circumstances. It is a time when God is standing up for His people as a Man of War. He has commanded in this hour to be still and keep silent (Exodus 14:14). This is not a time to rise up in battle against them, as we may have done in the past through our carnal nature, but instead by and through His Spirit’s Power, our new nature—we are to wait in silence as the Spirit of the Living God moves on the part of His true people. We are to take up our positions in this way, hold it, and through this we will see the deliverance of our Lord, which He promises to give us (2 Chronicles 20:17). There is a great multitude in battle that will be allowed to come against God’s people, but God has done this in order that He may be glorified through them…in their destruction. Those that come against the Living God and His ways will receive no mercy and no favor in this hour and in the days to come until they are utterly destroyed.
This is what the Lord says, “For too long I have heard the lies of many in their wickedness, against My people and now is the time that I will act on their behalf and show them My power and glory. I have and will make My enemies to rise up in battle against My people; for I have called forth the nettles to manifest themselves among them. Did I not say that I would make the wheat and the tares to grow up together until the harvest (Matthew 13:30)? Are not these nettles the weeds? Do you not know the time that it is? It is the time that the reapers will gather or bind these nettles/weeds up so that they may be burned up. For this is the best way to destroy them entirely so that they no longer spread among My garden, for I AM the Gardener or Vinedresser (John 15:1). I have sent many to these which I am about to destroy, and you have continued to abuse them in your wickedness. Yet many of you do know that I have sent My sons to you as well in these last hours; and yet you still wish in your hearts and devise among each other, ‘let us kill him and take his inheritance,’ (Matthew 21:38). Do you not understand that only I have the ability to take one’s inheritance alone in the end? For the inheritance that I have made is My own and no one will take away from it; for if they do so in their wickedness because they have the power to do so, I will require them to repay and the result of it will lead unto desolation (Matthew 23:37-39). Their repayment will be against them and their family, a disaster I will call forth (Micah 2:1-3). I will dig a pit for them in their wickedness (Psalm 94:13). I will bring back their wickedness upon them and will destroy them in their evil. I will destroy them (Psalm 94:23). I will create again. I will rebuild again (Jeremiah 31:4). For this earth is as it was before, in the beginning…formless, void, and full of darkness (Genesis 1:2). For I have prepared it in this way, so that My Light may be manifest, that My voice may be heard in greatness. These are the days of thunder. I will meet with My people, answer them in thunder, and will come down to meet them in My secret place (Psalm 81:7). They will come up to meet me as well and I will tell them what I have planned. When this great visitation occurs, the adversaries of the Lord will be broken into pieces, there will be great thunder and rain, many will take flight, there will be thunder and earthquake and noise (1 Samuel 2:10; 1 Samuel 12:17; Psalm 104:7; Isaiah 29:6). For the Almighty reigns!”
The LORD is a man of war: the LORD is his name.
“Behold, these are the fringes of His ways;
And how faint a word we hear of Him!
But His mighty thunder, who can understand?”
“I relieved his shoulder of the burden,
His hands were freed from the basket.
7 “You called in trouble and I rescued you;
I answered you in the hiding place of thunder;
I proved you at the waters of Meribah. Selah.