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Sep 1, 2022

Kingdoms Collide


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Ephesians 6:12 says that we do not war against flesh and blood. It doesn’t always seem that way, does it? As a child of the King, I can often feel as if I am fighting a battle between men, but the truth is that the real battle lies just beyond my vision, and I am not even the one doing the real fighting!

When we feel like we are in a fight, the struggle itself is in fact an illusion! But it’s not the kind of illusion that you can just “poof” away by stepping behind the magician’s curtain— it’s an illusion that is as real as the ground beneath your feet. It’s as real as the water in the ocean, and the leaves on the trees.

In fact, the only way to see past this illusion is by Faith— which Hebrews defines as “seeing the invisible.”

With eyes of faith, you can look past the holographic projection of this world into the real world beyond, where it is not you at war— but Yahweh, the King Himself— ever mastering the enemy’s forces forever and always for your good.

I depicted him as an eagle here, and though He does have wings it is but an echo, as He cannot be depicted in a mere image. He is much more personal. More relational. He doesn’t just love you— He LIKES you. He likes loving you! He enjoys you.

Take a step back, a breath in, and look into His letter to see the REAL battle He fights for you now.

“In repentance and rest is your salvation; in quietness and trust is your strength.” (Isaiah 30:15)

“Apart from Me, you can do nothing.” (John 15:5)

“Take your stand and see the deliverance of Yahweh. He shall wage war for you; you need only keep silent and remain at rest.” (Exodus 14:13-14)

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