A War Cry

I am stirred for a war; a deep war cry is a rising inside of me. It is the sound of the shofar sounding; it is the rallying of the troops from the playground to the battleground; it is a longing for God to manifest in glory; it is an ache for the people of God to want the person called God. I am hearing the Lord and He is an all consuming fire; He’s an all powerful God; He’s the anointed one, He’s got a plan, He’s going to execute. The church is about to be under new management. God is returning to His house and every man, every woman, every child will know when God is in the house.

Our words have power, our voice has varying measures of authority, our speech carries the messages, decrees, and announcements of God. We have been given dominion, once it’s given it can’t be taken back, so what we do with it is up to us. We eat the fruit of our words more than we realize, therefore, if we don’t like what we’re eating it’s time to change what we’re saying. Psalm 142 starts out saying, “I cry aloud with my voice To the Lord, I make my supplication with my voice to the Lord.” The Psalmist knew who to speak to about his situation. He spoke, he complained , he poured out his heart to the Lord. Lift up your voice to the Lord, cry aloud, and know that He is a God who hears you; He is a God that answers you; and He is your God and you are not alone.

Hosea 6:1-3 “Come, let us return to the LORD.

For He has torn us, but He will heal us;

He has wounded us, but He will bandage us.

“He will revive us after two days;

He will raise us up on the third day,

That we may live before Him.

“So let us know, let us press on to know the LORD.

His going forth is as certain as the dawn;

And He will come to us like the rain,

Like the spring rain watering the earth.”

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