1 Samuel 4:7 (NKJV)
“So the Philistines were afraid, for they said, ‘God has come into the camp!’ And they said, ‘Woe to us! For such a thing has never happened before.’”
The world knows that God is with us and for us. Our enemies know that we belong to the Most High. They quake and shake when we enter the room because they see the armies of God that surround us. We are not mere human beings. We are sons and daughters of God Almighty, and we need to carry ourselves as such. The nations are panicking because of us. They know that God fights for His own, and they are dismayed because of who we are. If they are so afraid of us, how then should we live and walk in life?
The Philistines knew when “God came into the camp.” They knew that the God of Israel was much more powerful than all their gods. They had heard about the works of Jehovah and they trembled to imagine that they would have to face Him in battle. Although they did not know that God had abandoned Israel, it is very symbolic that they shook in fear of the God of Israel. In the same manner, never forget how great your God is and how demons and other Satanic agents tremble before Him. Therefore, be bold to confront spiritual powers. Remember that they know who you are and whom you belong to. You may think you are “nobody important” but the enemy knows the truth about you. Never forget, you are special and mighty because the Almighty God identifies with you. Amen.
“I am not a nobody. The Almighty dwells in me. The nations must tremble before me because You Lord, are with me. Lord, I must stop talking down on myself but walk in the fullness of Your glory. If the enemy sees Your glory in me, how much more should I believe in it. Amen.”