I have mentioned the Remnant 19 times in the past two years, this will be my 20th.
I believe we are in a moment in history where two paths lay before us. One path leads us to the Promise Land, the other to the desert. By “us” I am referring to the Remnant, those standing on the infallible Word of God, refusing to budge from His truth even when that means turning from all the world offers and denying every lie spoken by the enemy.
Yesterday, I listened to an incredible sermon by Hank Kunneman in which he busted down my belief that if this election went south it was because the Remnant did not do their part. I believe the Remnant has done their part, has fasted, has prayed, has humbled themselves and fallen at the feet of the Lord and begged for a second chance to turn things around. So, I now realize that this has nothing to do with God not giving us the victory, but rather has everything to do with the Remnant choosing to claim what is rightfully theirs.
So, here we find ourselves, at the entrance to the Land we were promised yet being told we cannot go in because the giants that roam the territory have falsely claimed victory. But, this land has been promised to us, it has been spoke into existence and prophesied, so how is it that so many are saying we do not belong there?
When the Israelites left Egypt, they went into a time of preparation. They walked through the Red Sea, ate manna from Heaven, warmed by a pillar of fire by night, led by a cloud during the day, their shoes never wore down and their clothes were never torn. The Israelites walked through an entire year where they were never in need of a single thing. God was showing them that He was ALL they would ever need in order to be victorious. So, when they stood on the outskirts of the land God promised them, they didn’t take it. Why? Because they forgot that it ALREADY BELONGED TO THEM.
Now, we, the Remnant, are in a time much like the Israelites. The prophets have spoken, have declared victory is ours, but that does not mean we don’t have to fight to claim it. The Israelites had to fight the giants to claim their land, we, too, must fight giants to take what is ours. They chose not to fight, what will we choose?
Will we fight to take what God has already promised, or will we turn away and go back into the desert?
Although many of the spies sent into Cannon told Israel to turn back, there were two who stood their ground. Will you side with the ten, or with the two?
I am standing firm upon the Word of the Lord, upon the promises He has given; will you stand with me? Will you fight alongside me?
Remnant, the battle is at hand, do not grow weary now. Rise up, pray, decree, declare, prophecy, fast, encourage yourself in the Lord and STAND YOUR GROUND! Now is not the time to turn back, now is the time to charge forward.
Victory has been spoken; will we claim what is ours?
Remnant Rise Up!
“Send thou men that they may search the land of Canaan, which I give unto the children of Israel.” -Numbers 13:2