Judges 7:9-15 (MSG) “That night, GOD told Gideon: "Get up and go down to the camp. I've given it to you. If you have any doubts about going down, go down with Purah your armor bearer; when you hear what they're saying, you'll be bold and confident." He and his armor bearer Purah went down near the place where sentries were posted. Midian and Amalek, all the easterners, were spread out on the plain like a swarm of locusts. And their camels! Past counting, like grains of sand on the seashore! 13 Gideon arrived just in time to hear a man tell his friend a dream. He said, "I had this dream: A loaf of barley bread tumbled into the Midianite camp. It came to the tent and hit it so hard it collapsed. The tent fell!" 14 His friend said, "This has to be the sword of Gideon son of Joash, the Israelite! God has turned Midian—the whole camp!—over to him." 15 When Gideon heard the telling of the dream and its interpretation, he went to his knees before God in prayer. Then he went back to the Israelite camp and said, "Get up and get going! GOD has just given us the Midianite army!"
Let your hand be strengthened and be encouraged in your resolve for I have already defeated your enemy. Get up and go now. This is not time for you to stagnate, or waver in doubt or unbelief. My people must be a people on the move in this season. I have given even your enemies revelation of their impending defeat and now they that came at you in one direction must flee in seven. I have qualified the chosen and I have given them the victory. Although you may think you are small in number and strength I say to you today go down and take the land for the victory is yours. Your time has come I am releasing you to go forward and take the victory. I declare in this day you shall pursue, you shall overtake and you shall surely recover all says the Lord. Again I say be bold and be confident for I have given you the victory. Take the camp the victory is yours.
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