Memorise: He teacheth my hands to war, so that a bow of steel is broken by mine arms. Psalm 18:34
Read: Psalm 18:31-35
Bible in one year: Exodus 38-40
God cannot pay you a personal visit and things in your life and around you will maintain status quo. His visits always come with glorious changes. May He visit you this season. When He visited the Red sea, a thoroughfare was created in the midst of it, for the Israelites to go through. When He visits you, He will create a way in your wilderness. When He visits you like He visited Peter in Acts 12: 5-11, your hands that were tied will suddenly become loose. You hands will be free to war. Psalm 18:34 says,
"He teacheth my hands to war, so that a bow of steel is broken by mine arms."
When your hands are tied, you will be unable to employ them in areas you would normally use them.
Business is war. Life itself is war. There are some people who started fighting the battles of their lives right from their mother's womb. To prosper or to take the wealth of the wicked into your coffers is serious warfare. You cannot fight and win such battles when your hands are tied. But if your hands are free for war, then victory is sure because with a punch of your fist empowered by God, you can strike a lion dead; with a sling shot empowered by God, you can slay your Goliath. In Luke 5:1-7, the same hands that toiled all night without a catch, became empowered when the King of kings came visiting, and with just one throw of the net, he recorded a catch of fishes he had never taken in all his years in the fishing business! Are your hands tied? What is tying your hands? Why can your hands no longer perform their normal duties? Cry out for God's personal visitation to you today! In the name of Jesus, everything tying your hands is loosed. Every invisible rope or chain over your hands is destroyed now. From today, your hands shall begin to perform to God's glory what they were created to do. Your hands are divinely empowered to defeat your enemies and take over the spoils of war.
Prayer Point: Father, in any way my hands have been tied, untie them today and set me free.