This was my thought leading up to Sunday, August 23. However, I was thankful for the opportunity to share a little to our people at Rivers Crossing.
I spoke about Worship and Warfare. It was the last week in our series called Supernatural. I spoke from the passage in 2 Chron. 20 about Jehoshaphat. Long story short, when he heard he was being attack by an incredibly strong enemy, with great military might….he called his people to a fast, and he gathered them together and they worshipped. On the day of the battle, Jehoshaphat didnt send out soldiers, he sent out singers. The enemies couldnt stand these people worshipping the Lord and ended up killing themselves. When Jehoshaphat’s people came up on the enemy, they saw that the enemy was completely wiped out.
Worship is Warfare. God goes to battle on our behalf when we worship.
If you’d like to hear the message, you can listen below or you can check it out at this link for Audio and Video: CLICK HERE. Paul, our pastor, is the one who is speaking first and from there on out we kind of did a co-teaching type of thing.