Thursday, September 12, 2019

Leviathan - Who, How, What

VIDEO: Leviathan

You crushed the heads of Leviathan; You gave him as food for the creatures of the wilderness. You split open springs and brooks; You dried up ever-flowing streams. (Psalms 74:14-15 ESV) 

This is a psalm recounting how God delivered His people from Egypt after they cried out for deliverance. The chronological order of events helps us to identify the armies of Egypt as Leviathan because the next item describes the time after Pharoah’s defeat when God brought water from the rocks in the wilderness.  

Thanks to this description we know that the metaphorical meaning of Leviathan is an army. In the spiritual realm, Satan’s network, hovering over the Earth, is called by the same name. He is described by God who speaks with Job:  

Tuesday, September 3, 2019

Abba is Waiting

VIDEO: Abba is Waiting Meeting

When things go wrong in my life, I immediately seek the Lord to see if it is a trial or a test, or if I have gone wrong somewhere and left myself open to an attack from the enemy. This is what the Bible tells us to do:

In You, O LORD, do I put my trust; let me never be ashamed: deliver me in Your righteousness. (Psalm 31:1 AKJV)

The Hebrew word chacah (khä·säw)  is translated as “put my trust,” but according to “Strong’s Concordance” it means to trust, put hope upon, and seek refuge. The Lord wants us to run to Him when things go wrong in order to be delivered from what is attacking us. It shouldn’t matter if it is the flu that is going around, an accident, or something bigger. We can seek Jesus and ask why it is happening.