Joshua 23:10-11 KJV
One man of you shall chase a thousand: for the Lord your God, he it is that fighteth for you, as he hath promised you.
 Take good heed therefore unto yourselves, that ye love the Lord your God.
An old adage goes like this: The last kick of a dying horse is deadly, and its wound inflicting on its assailant.
In what was Joshua’s last words to his people, He chose to express himself using an analogy of a warrior. Of course, being a warrior his whole life, his best lessons came from the battlefield. The old man had come to acknowledge one thing, which he would gladly pass on to the younger generations: GOD FIGHTS FOR YOU (v10)
How did he come to such a conclusion? I’m sure in every single battle he could reckon there were many several moments he should have been wasted. Perhaps in battle-mode he even wielded his sword in ways Jet Li or Steven Seagal never did, which surprised he himself. So he knew clearly, what He meant by that statement.
I pray God would consider the love you have for Him enough, to provoke Him to fight your spiritual battles.
Have a blessed day.
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