I PRAY YOU ARE ENJOYING THE PRESENCE OF THE LORDby David Wilkerson May 27, 2011 There is a text in the original Hebrew that has blessed me greatly, and I want to share it with you. When designing pursuers approached me, who are far from thy law; then you, O Jehovah, wast near with all thy faithful commandments (Psalm 119:150-151, Helen Spurrell Translation).Demonic principalities and powers had surrounded David, trying to bring him and Israel to ruin and destruction. Yet this man of God testified that as the enemy drew near, he trusted the Lord to draw even nearer. David said that God held him by his right hand, walking him through every enemy assault.Here in Davids testimony is a wonderful promise for you and me. We can be sure Satan is out to destroy, harass and pull down all who love the Lord. The enemy will do all within his power to bring us into a pit of despair, confusion, guilt and condemnation.Do you have any satanic, designing pursuers coming against you right now? Overwhelming temptations? Trials? Financial burdens? Marriage or family problems? Business problems? When your pursuers come near you with a design to destroy you, take heart: the Lord God Almighty is even nearer. He is at your side and if he is near you, he will act on your behalf. I cannot imagine God being near any child of his and yet sitting by allowing the devil to abuse or corrupt his beloved in any way.Read Psalm 68:1-4 and see what God has promised to do for you, if you will but trust him. You can claim these four verses for now and throughout the year. Memorize these verses, stand on them, and God will put your enemies to chase.
Read Psalm 68:1-4 and see what God has promised to do for you, if you will but trust him. You can claim these four verses for now and throughout the year. Memorize these verses, stand on them, and God will put your enemies to chase.
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I enjoy using this portion and others like it in prayer. It is a pleasure to watch the Lord at work. Ps 35 is another , but there are many.Ruf