The Flood of His Blood

Isaiah 59:19 AMP
So [as the result of the Messiah’s intervention] they shall [reverently] fear the name of the Lord from the west, and His glory from the rising of the sun. When the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord will lift up a standard against him and put him to flight [for He will come like a rushing stream which the breath of the Lord drives].

When the enemy comes in like a flood
The Lord will lift up a standard against him …

Pondering the above the Lord gave me this song – it really encouraged me!

The Flood of His Blood

The flood of His blood
His banner of love
… over you
… over me
… our shield
… our glory
Ps 3:3

Lift up your heads and SEE!

The flood of His blood
His banner of love
… over you
… over me
Lift up your heads and SEE!

The blood of the Lord Jesus Christ is between His children and the enemy. It’s His banner{standard} of love over His children. A comforting, protecting banner, waving over our heads. Revealing to whom we belong! Lift up your head and SEE!

🙂

Exodus 17:15 AMP
And Moses built an altar and called the name of it, The Lord is my Banner

From NetBible Ex 17:15

  • banner[05251] = standard, flagstaff
  • * “Yahweh-nissi”, which means “Yahweh is my banner.” Note that when Israel murmured and failed God, the name commemorated the incident or the outcome of their failure. When they were blessed with success, the naming praised God. Here the holding up of the staff of God was preserved in the name for the altar – God gave them the victory.

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1 Peter 1:19 AMP
But [you were purchased] with the precious blood of Christ (the Messiah), like that of a [sacrificial] lamb without blemish or spot.

Song 2:4 AMP
He brought me to the banqueting house, and His banner over me was love [for love waved as a protecting and comforting banner over my head when I was near Him].

From NetBible Song 2:4

Psalm 24:7-8 AMP
Lift up your heads, O you gates; and be lifted up, you age-abiding doors, that the King of glory may come in.
8 Who is the King of glory? The Lord strong and mighty, the Lord mighty in battle.

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O Sovereign LORD, cover my head in the day of battle. You are my strong defense[saving defense] , my impenetrable shield! –Ps 140:7, 28:7-8

Related:
Strong Defense{prayer}

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2 Responses to “The Flood of His Blood”

  1. khollandsblog Says:

    His battle cry{breath} overwhelms like a flooding river …

    From NetBible Isa 30:28

    This might picture the Lord breathing heavily as he runs down his enemy, but in light of the preceding verse, which mentions his lips and tongue, “breath” probably stands metonymically for the word or battle cry that he expels from his mouth as he shouts. In Isa 34:16 and Ps 33:6 the Lord’s “breath” is associated with his command.

    2 Samuel 5:20 AMP
    And David came to Baal-perazim, and he smote them there, and said, The Lord has broken through my enemies before me, like the bursting out of great waters. So he called the name of that place Baal-perazim [Lord of breaking through].

    From NetBible 2 Sam 5:20

    2 Samuel 5:20 NLT
    So David went to Baal–perazim and defeated the Philistines there. “The LORD has done it!” David exclaimed. “He burst through my enemies like a raging flood!” So David named that place Baal–perazim (which means “the Lord who bursts through”).

  2. khollandsblog Says:

    His glory a defense of divine love …

    Isaiah 4:5-6 AMP
    And the Lord will create over the whole site, over every dwelling place of Mount Zion and over her assemblies, a cloud and smoke by day and the shining of a flaming fire by night; for over all the glory shall be a canopy (a defense of divine love and protection). And there shall be a pavilion[tabernacle] for shade in the daytime from the heat, and for a place of refuge and a shelter from storm and from rain.

    From NetBible Isa 4:5-6
    dwelling place[04349] = established place, habitation
    canopy[02646] = divine protection, defense
    pavilion[05521] =tabernacle, booth

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