It makes no difference how you describe your situation, pushed to the wall, end of your rope, in over your head . . . God’s mercy is enough. God’s mercy is sufficient.
If you are in over your head, then you need to call on God for a favor. Say, “I need a favor today, Lord.” The favor of God is sufficient for whatever you are going through. In the Old Testament, in particular, when God’s people were facing impossible situations, they called on the mercy of God.
One example is found in Second Chronicles 20. Jehoshaphat, and the children of Israel, were totally out numbered by enemy forces. They had very little hope. So, what did they do? They lifted up their hands and said, “God, we don’t know what to do, but our eyes are on You.” They asked God for His mercy. What did God tell them to do? He told them to go and confront their enemies. He said to get the praisers and the singers out front and confront their enemies. He instructed them to stand in their presence and begin to say, “Praise ye the Lord. For the Lord is good and His mercy endureth forever.”
That reveals to me that when you don’t know what to do, then praise always comes first.
Psalm 107:2 says, “Let the redeemed of the Lord say so, whom he hath redeemed from the hand of the enemy.”
Every time you declare your freedom, you are blowing a horn right in Satan’s ears. The blowing of the trumpet in Leviticus was symbolic of making a decree. When they heard that trumpet sound, they were making a profound statement in the spirit decreeing their freedom.
“. . . the sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God.” Ephesians 6:17.
Every time you speak the Word of God, it is a sword coming out of your mouth. It is a trumpet being blown. No wonder the devil fights us so hard about confessing the Word. Everything I have was obtained by confessing the Word of God. I am blowing my trumpet in the devil’s face and telling him, “You are not keeping me poor. You are not keeping me sick. You are not keeping me broke. You are not taking my marriage. You are not taking my children. I am the redeemed and I am saying so.” It is time for you to blow your horn of freedom!
Job 22:28 says, “Thou shalt also decree a thing, and it shall be established unto thee.”
Begin to decree today that freedom is yours!
Author: Jerry Savelle