Joseph Prince Sermon This Is How We Fight Our Battles: Pastor Joseph Prince teaches us how to fight our battle. Every time there’s a battle or a difficulty, say this under your breath.
He tells us a story, a very famous story that happened in Israel, You still can go to that place, that valley there and still, 1 Samuel 17: “When the Philistine looked about and saw David, Goliath has been standing there, challenging the people of Israel to fight him, For 40 days, he had been standing there but no one dared to fight this 10-footer.
When he saw David he despised David because David was only a youth, ruddy and good-looking. So the Philistine said to David, Am I a dog that you come to me with sticks? And the Philistine cursed David by his gods And the Philistine said to David; Come to me, come to me! I’ll give your flesh to the birds of the air, and the beasts of the field. David said to the Philistine: You come to me with visible sword, with a visible spear, and a visible javelin. Today, we will say: missiles, bombs, rockets, But I come to you in the name of the Lord of hosts. Invisible God, who is eternal, this day, the Lord will deliver you into my hand and I will strike you and take your head from you and this day, I’ll give the carcasses of the camp of the Philistines the birds of the air.
Right now, memorize this, Learn to mutter this when you are in difficulty, “The battle is the Lord’s, it’s not mine, it’s not mine.” Don’t touch it! The battle is the Lord’s, just like the tithe, the tithe is the Lord’s.
God is stronger, God is greater, God loves you more than you love yourself, He loves your teenage daughter more than you can love her, God is saying: “Don’t touch her the battle is mine and so if the devil says: What are you going to do about it? Say: “The battle is not mine.
Now sometimes it won’t be as quick as David’s victory but the Lord is hearing what you are saying and the Lord loves it, His arms are bigger than yours.
The doctors gave you a bad diagnosis, under your breath, say: “This battle is the Lord’s. That’s the good fight of faith, you fight by not fighting. David became a king, and according to his seed.
There was another king called Jehoshaphat, King Jehoshaphat Was surrounded by the enemies, About 4, 5 enemies were surrounding him; The Bible says a great multitude came against him. He said a prayer, it’s found in 1 Chronicles 20, for a 20/20 vision. It says this, He looked to God and he said, we have no might nor power against this great multitude but our eyes are upon you.
It’s like saying: We have no might, we have nothing, and no resources against this disease, against this condition but our eyes are upon you. I don’t know how my daughter can be delivered or how my son can be delivered but my eyes are on you, but you look up to God, your trust is in him.
Pastor Joseph Prince wants us to know that putting our trust in God and leaving our battles to him is the best way to go about life.