The Battle is the Lord’s

Powerless against a great army, they cried to the Lord. “We do not know what to do, but our eyes are on you (2 Chronicles 20:12).”

They were told, “Do not be afraid. The Lord will be with you (2 Chronicles 20:17).”

They responded with praise and the Lord fought for them. None of the enemy escaped alive. There was so much spoil it took them three days to take it all. (Read the whole story in 2 Chronicles 20).

We pray because the battle is the Lord’s.

Palm Sunday in the City During COVID-19

IMG_2852Someone got up early to remember today’s meaning even though COVID-19 has locked the doors of our churches.

We paused as we passed by on our morning walk and took this picture to remind you to welcome Jesus to your city or town, to your heart and life.

Praise God for the Son of David! Blessings on the one who comes in the name of the Lord! Praise God in highest heaven (Matthew 21:9).