Praise Confuses the Enemy


Praise will confuse the enemy. Praise precedes the victory. First, you must trust God no matter what troubles the enemy brings upon you! God will see you through to the victory as you worship and praise Him, dance, and sing your way through! Let your dance crush the strategy of the enemy as God confuses their signals, their surveillance and sneaky attacks! Dance by faith and not by sight as you walk faster and bolder–not filled with trepidation but hope for a triumphant outcome. As your hands clap in the natural, may the power of the Holy Spirit reinforce a resounding signal in the spiritual realm that the enemy’s reign of terror is finished as God lifts up His standard against him! No more whining and crying about how the enemy is tearing your marriage apart! Praise your way through the attacks! Pray for your spouse, and watch God wipe out the enemy camp! The enemy is under your feet IN JESUS’ NAME!!! Advance now in the boldness and love of the Father 💝2 Chronicles 20:15-22, CEV ~ “…the Lord says that you don’t need to be afraid or let this powerful army discourage you. God will fight on your side! 16 So here’s what you must do. Tomorrow the enemy armies will march through the desert around the town of Jeruel. March down and meet them at the town of Ziz as they come up the valley. 17 You won’t even have to fight. Just take your positions and watch the Lord rescue you from your enemy. Don’t be afraid. Just do as you’re told. And as you march out tomorrow, the Lord will be there with you.

18 Jehoshaphat bowed low to the ground and everyone worshiped the Lord. 19 Then some Levites from the Kohath and Korah clans stood up and shouted praises to the Lord God of Israel.

20 Early the next morning, as everyone got ready to leave for the desert near Tekoa, Jehoshaphat stood up and said, “Listen my friends, if we trust the Lord God and believe what these prophets have told us, the Lord will help us, and we will be successful.” 21 Then he explained his plan and appointed men to march in front of the army and praise the Lord for his holy power by singing:
“Praise the Lord!

    His love never ends.”

22 As soon as they began singing, the Lord confused the enemy camp, 23 so that the Ammonite and Moabite troops attacked and completely destroyed those from Edom. Then they turned against each other and fought until the entire camp was wiped out!”

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2 thoughts on “Praise Confuses the Enemy

  1. Kendra says:

    This message blessed me today. It is confirmation of what has been deposited in my spirit. I have been praying for God to remove fear from me. I now know that I may still feel fear but praise and worship God anyway. This confuses the enemy. Joyce Meyer says that faith may not make sense in our head but it does in our heart. So I will give God the sacrifice of praise regardless of how I feel or what my situation is. The enemy will be confused and flee. God will get the glory.

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