For every battle of the warrior is with confused noise, and garments rolled in blood; but this shall be with burning and fuel of fire. (Isaiah 9:5)
Today's Morsel: Warfare is nasty business. Isaiah said that it is with confused noise, and garments rolled in blood. I guess that's why when people walk into an apostolic church service, they think the people are out of their minds with their loud worship! We're just putting the enemy on the run. When the Philistines heard the loud noise in the camp of Israel, they asked, "What's all this loud noise in the camp of the Israelite?' It was because the Ark of the Lord was brought into their midst. When God is in the house, there should always be noise of rejoicing and praise. When Chuck Yager broke the sound barrier, there was a big boom. When we shout, the prince of the power of the air, Satan, and his demonic force are scattered, because we are breaking the sound barrier. Each time you shout, "Jesus" the enemy scatters. So let me encourage you, don't hold back your praise. Not only does it gets heavens attention, but it put the enemy of the run.
Sing: Let God arise and His enemies be scattered. Let God arise and His enemies be scattered. Let God arise and His enemies be scattered. Let God, let God, arise.