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Davidisms - Let God Arise and His Enemies Be Scattered

It must be an important message because it’s repeated numerous times throughout Scripture: “Let God arise and his enemies be scattered” (Psalm 68:1).


It’s a clear, clarion call. Our job is not to fight our battles. But instead, to step aside. To let God arise and fight our battle for us - because the battle was never meant to be ours. It’s the Lord’s. His and his alone.


Whatever hardships you’re going through, no matter how stressful, give them to God. Then ask him to fight them for you, and he will (Ex. 14:14) Because ultimately, victory is delivered by God and his power and strength. Not by the hands of man.


So rest. Give your problems to God.


Now go about your day living as a victor. Know the battle is in his hands. God’s got this! Your problems are in the hands of your protector and deliverer. Your fortress and friend.


God wants to fight for you.


It’s your job to let him.

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