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God Showed Up. His Angel Armies…

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I can’t possibly explain all of the amazing ways God has shown Himself to me these past few weeks. He is working in me- giving me hope when I feel hopelss, giving me unexplainable peace where there was fear, and showing me more and more of His strength every moment.

For some reason this song has been playing in my head for days. Chris Tomlin’s “Whom Shall I Fear {God of Angel Armies.}  I finally went to google it and see if I could find the story behind it. NOTHING.

Then…He showed up. I kid you not, just  in a moment of true despair, feeling hopeless…this comes across my facebook newsfeed.


 I could not believe my eyes at the title.  Whom Shall I Fear {God of Angel Armies} Song Story.
Just what I had searched for…came to me.

Moments like that are so real between God and me I can hardly contain the goosebumps. Or the tears. He has done everything possible to show Himself to me.

The story of Elisha and reading in 2 Kings about those angel armies-the ones who are there fighting for us all the time, yet unseen….it’s too much. I came across this sermon at the very same time…again, God couldn’t possibly show me any clearer, He is fighting for us. Oh, how that gives me strength.

Because seriously, left to my own devices I am a weeping ball of despair. 
I can curl up in the fetal position so fast when I get fearful. And then, He shows up. The unexplainable peace that is only explained by His spirit filling me up, comes. 

I am strong. I am faithful. I am ready to stand with those angel armies and battle.

The future is full of Hope. Full of Him. And I need nothing else.

“Don’t be afraid,” the prophet answered. “Those who are with us are more than those who are with them.”

And Elisha prayed, “Open his eyes, Lord, so that he may see.” Then the Lord opened the servant’s eyes, and he looked and saw the hills full of horses and chariots of fire all around Elisha.
2 Kings 6:16-17

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