There is so much good news coming from the throne of God. There is so much celebration surrounding the voice of God and what He is saying. Oh that we could see the invisible, hear the inaudible, understand the heart of the One we call God. He is doing a work in our day that even if He told us we would not believe Him, because His goodness is beyond our comprehension. His passion for people is beyond anything we have ever understood. His desire for nations to be saved is stronger than we can even imagine. Our God, Yahweh, Yeshua, the Holy Ghost is for us and not against us. The trumpets of heaven are blowing in celebration to gather God’s people together on earth to see, to hear, to know He is for us, He is for us, He is for us.
I was praying Psalm 53 this morning and the Lord spoke to me and said, “There is fear in the camp of the wicked, the workers of iniquity, but there is faith in the camp of the righteous, for they will do great exploits.” Two camps, one camp is in fear, the other camp is in faith. I know many do not feel like their faith is “strong” but as God looks at His people He sees faith in the camp of the righteous and He wants us to know, there is fear in the camp of the wicked. They are scared, for the voice of God has roared in the midst of their abominations; the Light of God has shown in the midst of their darkness and they are scared.
Psalm 53 says it this way, “Have the workers of iniquity no knowledge, Who eat up my people as they eat bread, And do not call upon God? There they are in great fear Where no fear was, For God has scattered the bones of him who encamps against you; You have put them to shame, Because God has despised them. Oh, that the salvation of Israel would come out of Zion! When God brings back the captivity of His people, Let Jacob rejoice and Israel be glad.” My friends, the Lord said, “There is fear in the camp of the wicked, the workers of iniquity, but there is faith in the camp of the righteous, for they will do great exploits.”