Arise, O Warriors: Empowered by the Lord of Heaven's Armies

Arise, O Warriors: Empowered by the Lord of Heaven's Armies

I will make the lame my remnant… A NEW ARMY RISING


In this season of profound revelation, I see in the spirit an army coming. Arising unlike any before. Their focus, undivided; their weaponry, unparalleled, known only to the Father.

As His chosen, are called to step into the role of great warriors, akin to last stand prophets, with an unwavering allegiance to the Holy One. These warriors gender holds no sway in this army; it is the Spirit that leads and empowers this great army. Their sound echoes differently, resonating with the echoes of past battles, and moves in waves against the relentless onslaughts of the end time enemy until, like a puff of smoke, their enemies are consumed by fire and vanish.

This army is characterized by one uncommon word that drops in my spirit, “lame”. As I press into prayer, the word is revealed to mean, unconventional by our natural standards and understanding. In fact, appearing in the natural as the very definition of lame, ”unable to walk without difficulty as a result of an injury or illness affecting the leg or foot or of something uninspiring and dull”. As we enter the days of the miraculous, where attention and miraculous continue to rise, the Lord will remain the God of impossible, using the foolish things of this world to confound the wise.

1 Corinthians 1:27 NIV, But God chose the foolish things of the worlds to shame the wise: God chose the weak things of the world to shame the strong. God chose thee lowly things- and the things that re not- to nullify the things that are, so no no may most before him.

The following are the best three translations to cover the lame army in which the Lord has pressed in my spirit that He is raising up in this season, and in these hours. 

Micah 4:7 speaks of this divine army, a chosen remnant empowered by the Lord of Heaven's Armies:

- NLT: "For the Lord of Heaven’s Armies has arrived to look after Judah, his flock. He will make them strong and glorious, like a proud warhorse in battle."

- NKJV: "I will make the lame a remnant, And the outcast a strong nation; So the Lord will reign over them in Mount Zion From now on, even forever."

- NIV: "I will make the lame my remnant, those driven away a strong nation. The Lord will rule over them in Mount Zion from that day and forever."

In conclusion, as we heed the call to join this unconventional yet empowered army, let us remember that in God's kingdom, what may seem weak or uninspiring to the world becomes the very vessel through which He displays His power and glory, confounding the wisdom of the wise and ushering in His miraculous works.

Speak into this remnant with these decrees;

1. By the authority of the Most High, I decree and declare that I am part of the divine army, empowered by the Lord of Heaven's Armies, to stand strong and glorious in battle. Micah 4:7 (NLT)

2. I decree and declare that every form of weakness in my life is transformed into strength, and every outcast situation becomes a testament to the power of the Lord reigning over me. Micah 4:7 (NKJV)

3. By the power vested in me through Christ, I decree and declare that I am part of the chosen remnant, made strong by the Lord, to stand against the schemes of the enemy and prevail. Micah 4:7 (NIV)

4. I decree and declare that the Holy Spirit leads and empowers me, regardless of gender or circumstance, to move with unwavering focus and determination in the battles I face. Micah 4:7 (NLT)

5. By the authority of the Word of God, I decree and declare that every enemy onslaught against me is consumed by the fire of the Holy Spirit, vanishing like smoke in the wind, as I stand firm in my identity as a warrior of the Most High. Micah 4:7 (NKJV)

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