The Second Book of Chronicles certainly offers the attentive reader some historical facts about ancient Israel, but it also contains a much broader, spiritual perspective.
Yesterday I came across the story of deliverance as told in the second Book of Chronicles, chapter 20.
Chapter 20 will give you some precious insights about a teaching I am currently also receiving from Yeshua Himself.
When faced with difficulties, opponents and obstacles of any kind, complaints are definitely NOT the right way to handle them. Look back at the story of the Israelites in the desert and see by yourself how they angered our Lord with repeated laments.
Complaining is a way of showing distrust. It will only make your soul sick and bitter.
Elevate your thoughts
Yeshua clearly showed me that He wants me to ELEVATE my thoughts TOWARDS HIM.
When you glance at Yeshua, you cannot and will not remain in a negative state of mind.
By recognizing His attributes and by offering high praise to the Most High, through intense prayer and songs of praise, you will break any wall.
When you start becoming conscious of WHO is walking with you, you will be able to break any type of obstacles into pieces.
Hashem delivers Judah
“And they began to sing and praise, the Lord set pan ambush against the men of Amnon, Moab and Mount Seir, who had come against Judah, so that they were routed. 2 Chronicles 20:22
As I stumbled across the story as told in 2 Chronicles chapter 20, I understood straight away that the Holy Spirit had brought me there, as Yeshua had kept encouraging me to offer Him high praise in words and songs.
Understand that all apparent obstacles, enemies, or whatever you might be facing are merely an illusion. They are meant to be broken and to disappear in front of the might of the Lord of the armies.
But to enable their disappearance, you MUST claim VICTORY in HIS NAME at first.
All praise to our Lord Almighty who has the POWER to break any evil in our lives. Glory to our Lord whose love is ETERNAL. May you have the courage to claim your victory, in Yeshua”s Name. Amen.
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