Daily Devotions

Don’t Leave the Giant in the Valley

If David would have gone home just to pray about Goliath it would have left the giant in the valley. The problem with giants is they don’t stay in valleys. Had David ValleyStreamClouds.jpegnot confronted and contradicted Goliath, he would have marched up the mountain and right into Jerusalem to capture Zion. The giants of this hour are after the defeat of “Zion”, i.e., determined to take out every practice and symbol of our Lord in this nation. Joel 2:17, Msg — “Between Sanctuary entrance and altar, let the priests, God’s servants, weep tears of repentance. Let them intercede: “Have mercy, God, on your people! Don’t abandon your heritage to contempt. Don’t let the pagans take over and rule them and sneer, ‘And so where is this God of theirs?’”

2 responses

  1. Rebecca

    TRUER WORDS HAVE NOT BEEN SPOKEN LATELY MARTY, Thank you this word is a wonderful reminder that we can walk and pray at the same time!!! No pun intended but come on Saints let’s be a David!!!

    August 24, 2020 at 10:22 am

    • Hi Rebecca, Thanks for the encouraging words! Blessings!

      August 25, 2020 at 2:06 am

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