Worship in the Face of the Enemy
Pastor Jim Balzano, April 24, 2016
Jehoshaphat faced an enemy that he and his armies could not defeat on their own. In seeking the Lord they were given a word from Him that the battle didn’t belong to them but to Him, and they should not fear and be dismayed. What was his response? Praise and worship. He set the singers at the front of the army to give thanks to God for the impending victory against the enemy. We, like Jehoshaphat, have a victory that is guaranteed. This message will encourage you to use praise and worship as you engage and silence the enemy of your soul.