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Wednesday, June 21, 2017

A Woman's War

A Woman's War

"The Lord shall sell Sisera into the hand of a woman."
 (Judges 4:9)

Rather an unusual text, but there may be souls in the world that may have faith enough to grasp it. 
Barak, the man, though called to the war, 
had little stomach for the fight unless Deborah would go with him, 
and so the Lord determined to make it a woman's war. 
By this means He rebuked the slackness of the man, 
gained for Himself the more renown, 
and cast the more shame upon the enemies of His people.

The Lord can still use feeble instrumentalities. 
Why not me? 
He may use persons who are not commonly called to great public 
Why not you? 
The woman who slew the enemy of Israel was no Amazon but a wife who tarried in her tent. 
She was no orator but a woman who milked the cows and made butter. 

May not the Lord use any one of us to accomplish His purpose? 
Somebody may come to the house today, 
even as Sisera came to Jael's tent. 
Be it ours not to slay him, but to save him. 
Let us receive him with great kindness and then bring forth the blessed truth of salvation by the Lord Jesus, 
our great Substitute, and press home the command "Believe and live." 
Who knoweth but some stout-hearted sinner may be slain by the gospel today!

Special request:
 I have been praying to God Almighty in relation to my new residence and I need each of you please, to take me in your prayers, I need guidance, favor, and mercy it is one of the most important steps of my life I do not know if He wants me to go to my country, asking God Almighty to open doors wide open for whatever are HIS decision and to confirm thru his Holy Spirit. Amen.
 He is the #1 in my life and the most important, the purpose of my life is for HIM to increase in every single way that I can share the pure Gospel and I'm certain that HIS Word never comes back void. 
Isaiah 55:11 King James Version (KJV)
So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth:
 it shall not return unto me void, 
but it shall accomplish that which I please, 
and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it.