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Weds morning love Zoom Battle Prayer 5/17/23

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5:00am-6:00am. Come and go as you can. See you in the morning.

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Battle prayer notes 5/17/23

Good Morning brother,Dealing with doubts about ourselves

“But Lord,” Gideon replied, “how can I rescue Israel? My clan is the weakest in the whole tribe of Manasseh, and I am the least in my entire family!”

Judges 6:15 NLT

After addressing his doubts about God, Gideon had to be honest about the doubts he had about himself. Doubts about ourselves usually come with a lot of unresolved emotions, just like our doubts about God. The emotions that come with self-doubt are often inadequacy, insecurity, fear, and often shame. • What doubts do you have about God? What about yourself?

• Do you stop at just one prayer to get faith? Or do you value your faith enough to keep going back to God each time you doubt to hash things out?

Gideon identity was known as the weakness. God gave him a new identity.

The LORD said to Gideon he would take Miriam as a whole and conquer. A promise of victory.

Billy Graham was given so much in humility and trust. God calls us to huge tasks that only Holy Spirit can do.

The bread and the cup is fellowship with the LORD Jesus. The power of his resurrection and fellowship of suffering.

Are you hearing from the LORD or your own pride? There is no shame in patience and hearing from the LORD.

An ounce of doubt will take you out.

Faith conquers doubt.

Faith conquers fear. Faith makes you brave

If God chooses you for something he is patient with you.

You can’t believe in something if you have no doubt.

There is a difference in believing and knowing the LORD.

The more I know the LORD the more I am believing God more.

Know the LORD.

Belief is a doubt. Because you can’t believe something and know it. You can only believe in what you don’t know.

Obedience is a gateway to abundance.

You can’t believe in something if you have no doubt.

A man of valor is willing to put his flesh to death and exercise self-control over his thoughts, words, eyes, and actions.

Gideon still isn't exactly sure who this guest is, but recognizes that he is an exalted personage. He asks for a sign that these things will come to pass and also the privilege of offering the gift of hospitality. In the same way as Abraham had prepared a meal for his three guests, Gideon asks this angel to wait while he prepares a meal for him -- required by the very strong values of showing generous hospitality to guests.

"Offering" (NIV) or "present" (KJV) in 6:18 is the Hebrew noun minḥâ, "meat offering, offering, present, gifts, oblation, sacrifice." The word is used in secular contexts of gifts to superior persons, particularly kings, to convey the attitude of homage and submission to that person.9

Thank you for another great day of Zoom Battle Prayer


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