2 Chronicles Chapter 14 Discussion

  • David on 2 Chronicles 14:11 - 2 years ago
    It is with great joy that I read of the success that the brethren testify of the grace of God in their lives on this forum. Hallelujah and praise the Lord. Even in the face of over whelming odds we praise His name and count it all joy. James 1:2.

    Thank you Brother's and Sister's in Christ that we can share our needs and pray for each other in Christ name. May the Lord bless everyone and bring us all to a closer walk with our Savior, the Lord Jesus Christ.

    Praying for our President, Congress, Judicial Branch and all in authority. 1 Timothy 2: 1-4
  • Stanjett on 2 Chronicles 14 - 4 years ago
    9 And there came out against them Zerah the Ethiopian with an host of a thousand thousand, and three hundred chariots and came unto Mareshah. thousand thousand is one million. And they lost.
  • John Michael Jumawan on 2 Chronicles 14 - 6 years ago
    no Matter what happen ,troubles or Problems
    Move your Faith just move step to your journey to God.
    Surender all to God.
  • Sheila on 2 Chronicles 14 - 9 years ago
    It 's important to remember that no matter how much we believe we may be able to defeat the thing that come against us, we need to call upon the Lord to be with us and fight our battles because he is always the winner. Have faith in God.
  • Kay Beckman on 2 Chronicles 14:11 - 11 years ago
    This comment is in 3 parts:
    Part 1:
    SCRIPTURE (in phrases): Lord There is no one besides you To help in the battle Between the powerful And those who have no strength; So help us, O Lord our God, For we trust in you, And in your name have come against this multitude. O Lord, you are our God, Let not man prevail against you.
    Part 2:
    BIBLE STORY (responding to each phrase): Asa�s prayer is a remarkable display of faith. He cries out, �Nothing is sure but that God reigns.� Asa recognizes that this battle belonged to the Lord. He knows that he is outnumbered. But more importantly he knows that God�s victories do not depend on the strength of man. He brings his current threat to God declaring that there is none to help but God. God is their only hope. He correctly understands that God�s power is not enhanced or limited by man�s apparent strength or weakness. They confidently go out in his name, Reminding God that He is their God. Reminding God that his entire responsibility includes defending his own reputation. Results: Man did not triumph. The Ethiopians were overthrown, and they could not recover, for they were broken before the LORD and His army. And they carried away very much spoil.
    Part 3:
    MY STORY and APPLICATION: When difficulties come to an alarming pitch, put God between me and my crisis. God can summon unexpected reinforcements at any moment to destroy the strength of a position that is causing me difficulties. Because there is no other to lean upon, refuse all human aid not summoned by God. Bring any and all threats to God. Follow up and collect the spoils. It is not a mistake to rely on the Lord. Example: our rental expenses.

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