Word to The Ecclesia:
While we know that our worship defeats the enemy*, this vivid picture is an encouragement to spur us on in greater faith as we worship:
In worship, while focusing on our position in heaven as sons and daughters, I saw myself in heavenly places with Jesus, and I asked Him to give me His vision; so that I might see all that He wanted to show me. From that heavenly vantage point, I looked down over the earth and I could see tiny lights all across the world. I thought of … a thousand points of light…in the darkness. I heard, “That is My remnant scattered across the earth.”
Then, my vision began to zoom down to earth; and ultimately, I could see the top of a huge tree. Sitting under this tree was a man eating of its fruit. I sat down beside him and he gave me a piece of the fruit, which I ate.
As we sat in the shade of this huge beautiful tree, overlooking lush green grass, “The Clash”, as The Lord called it, came into focus in front of us. “The Clash” was being played out on a battlefield, filled with men in silver armor on the left and black armor on the right. I heard the Lord say, “This is the Epoch battle over the Era.” The fighting was brutal, with clashing sounds of metal on metal filling the atmosphere. It felt very dark. While still under the huge tree, I stood up and worshiped The God of the Era. As I worshiped and prayed in the Spirit, I watched warriors on white horses arise on the left side of the battlefield, and they began to “trample and slaughter” the enemy on the right. As the worship team led us in “I Love You Lord, and I Lift My Voice”, I saw myself standing and singing these words over the battlefield. As we all sang out our love and worship to our King, more and more white horses appeared, with warriors on their backs- annihilating the enemy.
When God’s sons and daughters worship Him, exalt His name, and lift Him high, the enemy is trampled and defeated!
We must understand the power of our offering of worship to Him.
* 2 Chronicles 20:22 Now when they began to sing and to praise, the Lord set ambushes against the people of Ammon, Moab, and Mount Seir, who had come against Judah; and they were defeated.