Our God can defeat the enemy no matter where, how or when he attacks. It’s often at unexpected times, from unexpected directions and in unexpected ways. We trust our God to deliver us out of difficulties in due time and enable us to stand in the meantime.
Our God enables us to run against a troop and leap over a wall, but we have to be careful not to try to run against a wall and leap over a troop. Directions from the Lord are clear and specific. To run against the troops coming against us means to break through them. It’s prevailing. We go to them and break them in pieces in the name of Jesus before they come to us. We are on the offensive, enforcing the victory Jesus won on the cross. He disarmed principalities and powers, triumphed over them, and made a show of them openly. To leap over a wall means to subdue fortified places. We take every thought captive to the obedience of Christ. When our cupboards are empty, we believe God will supply all our needs. When war breaks out on every side, we break through in Jesus name!
By faith, through Christ, we overcome. God is our refuge and our strength so we fear no foe. We meet adversity with courage, not looking at the troop or the wall; but looking to God, through whom we can do all things, from glory to glory!
Psalms 18:29 “For by You I can run against a troop, By my God I can leap over a wall.”