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by Ps Nancy Ramya

Welcome everyone, glad that you could join us once again and we're talking about Deborah and the famous battle in Judges chapter four and five; and today I just want to focus on the fact that Deborah for one embraced her calling. We read in Judges chapter five and verse seven, ‘village life seized it seized in Israel, until I, Deborah arose, Arose a mother in Israel.’ We understand the background of the times; at that time, Israel did not have any kings. God was leading His people through leaders known as Judges and at this particular time quite unassuming because there was a woman or a lady whom God had chosen to lead His people.

Deborah was a prophetess. So, she understood the grace that she had, and you recognize that she was one who had a lot of credibility with the people. We heard from God, she was even able to go and tell the commander at that time to go into battle and that was good enough for the commander to go into action and not just that, He requested for her support and said if you don't go with me then I will not go. So, you notice that if we can use the word competent, she was one such leader or judge in Israel. So, she was not just a leader but as she describes herself, she says mother in Israel, someone who was able to stand firm and be that pillar of strength for others.

Now think about this, these were difficult times, we read that King Jabin was oppressing the people and people would have really wanted to give up and people would have really been discouraged under such pressure. It could have been a good opportunity for everyone to complain and to just wallow in their own self-pity. But it took some people to stand up or in other words arise, some people to take position, some people to understand what their calling was, some people to understand what grace God has given them, some people to commit and surrender to God and say, okay God, I will go, I will do. And that's exactly what we see in the life of Deborah. She arose and she arose a mother in Israel. And as we look at the New Testament, we are encouraged to also step out with the gifts that God has given us. Romans chapter 12 is very familiar passage for us, which says that we can exercise our gifts in proportion to our faith.

I'll just read a couple of verses, Romans chapter 12 at the end of verse six, it says if prophecy let us prophesy in proportion to our faith and then it goes on, verse seven or ministry let us use it in our ministering. He who teaches in teaching, based on whatever it is that you and I can do for the kingdom of God. And that's all God is asking for us. He wants us to arise. He wants us to take position. And the other beautiful thing that we see in this passage is that they volunteered. Judges chapter 52 says people willingly offered themselves. So, can we be those people who are willing to the call of God on our lives?

Let's pray together Heavenly Father, in difficult times we see Deborah and her team arise. Lord, we pray that your Spirit will move upon each one of our hearts to see what it is that we can bless the body of Christ with and Lord, we pray that many of us Lord will arise, and it will truly be a blessing to the body in Jesus’s name, we pray Amen.

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All Peoples Church in Bangalore is a Spirit-filled, Word-based, Bible-believing Christian fellowship of believers in Jesus Christ desiring more of His presence and supernatural power bringing transformation, healing, miracles, and deliverance. We preach the full Gospel, equip believers to live out our new life in Christ, welcome the Charismatic and Pentecostal expressions in the assembly of God and serve in strengthening unity across all Christian churches. All free resources, sermons, daily devotionals, and free Christian books are provided for the strengthening of all believers in the Body of Christ. For further equipping, please visit APC Bible College.


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