Know Who I Am: The Many Names of GOD

Upon our acceptance of Jesus Christ in our lives and as we grow as Christians, we become aware of the many names of God. Today, we will focus on the name:

 Ha-Melech Jehovah

Knowing Ha-Melech Jehovah: The Lord the King

Our Creator Jehovah Bore, desires the praises of His people. Psalm 22:3 enlightens us to this truth “The Lord the king inhabits the praises of His people.” Therefore, we as His creation should take great delight in giving adoration and praises to the Lord of our Salvation.

Living apart from God is not living and the essence of life itself is non-existent. Life is but a vapor, the very breath that we breathe is given by God. Our spirits come alive when living for God, for He alone is the giver of life, both physically and spiritually. The senses that we use daily without thought or notice comes from the Lord. We often take for granted the many simple things in life in which we should glorify God for. In life we can lose sight of the blessings God gives us each day.

For instance, we have a full house of five children (GloryGivers Mini-me’s) and things can get quite loud at times, with magnified voices of yelling and screaming. In those moments we may not be thinking about the blessing of hearing because we may be desiring the noise to cease. We should think of the heightened noise as a blessing because God has given us the ability to hear and the blessing to experience our beautiful children, despite the “stadium level” sound radiating throughout our home. We should praise God always, even in the midst of these moments.

6 With trumpets and the blast of the ram’s horn shout triumphantly in the presence of the LORD, our King.

Psalm 98:6

We don’t have to wait until we arrive at a special place to praise God. We can praise Him no matter where we are or what situation we are currently in. The beauty of it all is that during our daily experiences whether at home, at work, with friends and family or by ourselves, God is omnipresent (ever present with us). He desires us to have the right perspective in finding joy in all things and giving Him praises in all situations, even those perceived as being negative.

2 Consider it a great joy, my brothers and sisters, whenever you experience various trials, 3 because you know that the testing of your faith produces endurance.

James 1:2-3

Let us all be encouraged, don’t let life’s situations keep us from giving God what is due to Him which is all the Glory, Worship and Praise to His wonderful and excellent name. He has been faithful to us all. We can make it if we continue to trust and have faith that Ha-Melech Jehovah is always working things in our favor that His glory may be revealed!

Know Who I Am: The Many Names of GOD

Upon our acceptance of Jesus Christ in our lives and as we grow as Christians, we become aware of the many names of God. Today, we will focus on the name: “Jehovah Shammah”

Knowing Jehovah Shammah: The Lord is There

In Ezekiel chapter 48, the author, Ezekiel, prophesied to the people of Israel about the tribal allotments for the 12 tribes of Israel, that will divide the promised land of their ancestors among them. Prior to this, the prophet Ezekiel spoke to the people of Judah about their rebellion toward God, which resulted in exile from Jerusalem to Babylon by King Nebuchadnezzar. Also, due to the nation’s disobedience and disregard for God, His Glory and Presence was removed from them.

The judgement of God is real, and the people of Israel felt the effects of their wickedness. However, in the midst of exile, God spoke to Ezekiel to prophesy to the people of Israel, about restoration from their state of rebellion and sin. Along with spiritual restoration, God promised them inheritance of their ancestors promised land. This will occur once the Messiah, Jesus Christ, returns and takes reign of the millennial kingdom on the Davidic throne in the new Jerusalem.

24 For I will take you from the nations and gather you from all the countries, and will bring you into your own land.

25 I will also sprinkle clean water on you, and you will be clean. I will cleanse you from all your impurities and all your idols.

26 I will give you a new heart and put a new spirit within you; I will remove your heart of stone and give you a heart of flesh.

27 I will place my Spirit within you and cause you to follow my statutes and carefully observe my ordinances.

28 You will live in the land that I gave your ancestors; you will be my people, and I will be your God.

Ezekiel 36:24-28

Despite Israel’s wrongdoings and sin, God displayed His mercy and decided that the nation will be restored and brought back into right covenant with Him. He will place them back in their rightful place as the chosen people, not because of who they are but because of His Holy Name and mission to fulfill His purpose in the earth.

23 I will honor the holiness of my great name, which has been profaned among the nations—the name you have profaned among them. The nations will know that I am the LORD—this is the declaration of the Lord GOD—when I demonstrate my holiness through you in their sight.

Ezekiel 36:23

The promise stands that the nation of Israel and all those who believe in the Lord our God, will inherit the promised land, the millennial kingdom, in which Jesus Christ will reign for 1000 years. Ezekiel chapter 48 outlines the instruction from God for how the land will be divided according to the 12 tribes of Israel. He also established His rule, reign and order for the inherited land. Most importantly, in verse 35, He let it be known that the name of the city would be “The Lord is There.” (Jehovah Shammah)

Let us take heed to the action of the people of Israel and avoid the consequences and ill effects they faced. We shall turn from wickedness and be restored, living freely as children of God. We have a chance to submit our hearts to the Lord; for those who claim and confess the name of Jesus, but still walk the path of wickedness, repent and ask the Lord for forgiveness and be restored to Him. Those who don’t acknowledge God, seek Him now so you can be showered by His mercy and love leading to a life of righteousness through relationship with Him. God desires to have everyone receive salvation, a life of blessings according to His will and eternal life.

Romans 10:9-10

9 If you confess with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved.

10 One believes with the heart, resulting in righteousness, and one confesses with the mouth, resulting in salvation.

Know Who I Am: The Many Names of GOD

Upon our acceptance of Jesus Christ in our lives and as we grow as Christians, we become aware of the many names of God. Today, we will focus on the name: “Jehovah Immeka”

Knowing Jehovah Immeka: The Lord is with You

In the story of Gideon being called to lead the Israelites to defeat the Midianites, we are able to see Gideon’s struggle of Faith but God’s ability to remain Faithful. The Israelites were oppressed by the Midianites due to their lack of obedience to God. God handed them over to the Midianites for 7 years because of this. During that time, the Israelites became poverty stricken because of Midian and cried out to the Lord, the hope of their salvation, to be saved. God sent help through an angel that appeared to Gideon. (Judges 6:12)

12Then the angel of the LORD appeared to him and said, “The LORD is with you, valiant warrior.”

Judges 6:12

Despite the angel’s message to Gideon, he questioned God as to why himself and the Israelites were in the predicament that they were in. (Judges 6:13) He even doubted his God-given ability to lead the Israelites against the Midianites, stating, his family was poor and that he was the least from his father’s house. Just as with Moses and Joshua, the Lord assured Gideon that He would be with him. God even spoke the promise of victory over the Midianites. Gideon still displayed doubt by asking God for a sign if he truly had found grace in the Lord’s sight. Gideon received his assurance that the Lord truly called him to complete this task; this caused a response of action and Gideon set forth to carry out God’s will.

There’s no question that Gideon displayed doubt in his situation through his responses and excuses to God. He did not identify himself as the angel of the Lord spoke of him as. (Judges 6:12) Instead he focused on his weaknesses, and deficiencies, causing him to doubt that he was capable. We know that doubt is a derivative of fear and the opposite of courage. God showed Himself to increase Gideon’s courage and faith, that he could perform in the role that God ordained Him to complete. Despite Gideon’s lack of faith, God was still faithful, patient and kind, allowing Gideon to remain as the chosen person for the job. God knew the true identity of Gideon and how He could use him.

Gideon had no issue with taking action to carry out his assignment from God, once he knew for sure that God indeed appointed him. He identified that he didn’t have what it took to be successful with the task until he got confirmation that God ordered him to do so and that He would be with him, Jehovah Immeka (The Lord is with You).

There are many lessons that can be taken away from Gideon’s story. God may place us in situations and call us to complete things that don’t seem like the right fit, or that are well above our comfort level and capabilities. We must stay encouraged, knowing that if God calls us to something, he will provide the way and that He will always equip us for what is to come. He is not a God of failure, and He won’t let anything that’s in His will go undone.

Trust and rely on God that we can do what he calls us to do because He is Jehovah Immeka: The Lord is with You. Through our faith and belief, we will see God’s glory revealed in and through us!

Preparing for the Great Shout of Christ Jesus our Lord

As we all reflect over the current day and days past, I am sure that most of us can reflect on the sound of loud fireworks ringing throughout the city! There may even be a few that can recall sounds of laughter and the big count down. In sum, the sounds in which we heard were those of excitement, happiness, and celebration in anticipation to what the New Year of 2022 will bring! 

I would agree that this is exciting, however as we embark on another year there is a greater sound in which our hearts and minds should ponder on. That is the Great Shout of our Lord Christ Jesus’ return. 

1 Thessalonians 4:16-17 (CSB) 

16 For the Lord himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the archangel’s voice, and with the trumpet of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first. 17 Then we who are still alive, who are left, will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air, and so we will always be with the Lord. 

The day of the Lord, when He returns, descending with a great shout from heaven, will be greater than any celebration, greater than any event in history! Those that are in Christ Jesus live in anticipation of His return, but there are still many that do not anticipate the return of Christ. For this reason, these individuals are living outside of God’s will and are not spiritually alive. Christ Jesus came that we may have life and have it more abundantly (John 10:10). If you have found yourself living in this dangerous place without Christ, then we want you to know that it is not too late! Our Lord Jesus is patient, loving, forgiving, and willing to help anyone that will choose to believe in Him. When Jesus died and rose with all power and authority, He left us His Holy Spirit who leads and guides us in every step along the way.  

We as the children of God are called to purity:

1 Thessalonians 4:7-8

7For God has not called us to impurity but to live in holiness. 8Consequently, anyone who rejects this does not reject man, but God, who gives you his Holy Spirit.  


 Right now, today you can choose to enter this year alive, renewed and with great anticipation and celebration of Victory through Christ Jesus! You can live free, loosed from all impurity, and live as Jehovah Bore- the Lord our Creator has declared; holy and righteous, being a Light of Hope for the world to see. Matthew 5:14 -You are the light of the world. A city situated on a hill cannot be hidden. We encourage you to be bold, courageous and accept the unconditional Love of our Savior, whose love chose you although you may not have acknowledged Him and His truth! Live a life of purpose and intentionality for Christ now, that you may live again when He returns. Live in anticipation of hearing God’s voice and following Him in obedience. Live that you may experience how it really feels to be alive in spiritual sobriety and vigilance. Live knowing that your destiny is secured and sealed in the Blood of Jesus, the undefeated one, who is sure to provide all that you need, Jehovah Jireh!  

So, this year in 2022, submit your heart to the Lord and prepare for Christ’s return. Allow Him to renew your mind, restore your spirit and direct you in the paths of righteousness. At the sound of the Shout let us all be ready. 


Romans 10:9-10 (CSB)

9If you confess with your mouth, “Jesus is Lord,” and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. 10One believes with the heart, resulting in righteousness, and one confesses with the mouth, resulting in salvation.  

CSB Translation- Christian Standard Bible 

Know Who I Am: The Many Names of GOD

Upon our acceptance of Jesus Christ in our lives and as we grow as Christians, we become aware of the many names of God. Today, we will focus on the name: “Jehovah Mephalti”

Knowing Jehovah Melphati: The Lord My Deliverer

Positioned & Postured to Receive God’s Deliverance

In the book of Psalm, Chapter 18, the psalmist David expressed his heart of gratitude to the Lord, for coming to his rescue and delivering him from all of his enemies, and the power of Saul. David gave thanks to the Lord in verses 1-3, declaring that God had been his strength, his rock, his fortress, his deliverer, his God, his shield, his salvation, his stronghold and the one in which he sought refuge. He identified that God had been faithful to him in answering his call of deliverance and saving him from his enemies.

David already knew that because of his righteousness, his heart and mind’s posture toward fulfilling God’s will and following His commands, that God would be faithful to deliver him in his time of trouble. He knew that God was his present help and that he had the power and authority to dismantle the enemy, hence being able to see the salvation of his lord manifested in his life. David’s confidence that the Lord would be Jehovah Melphati and deliver him, was directly connected to him living righteously in the sight of God. We see this in Psalm 18:20-24

20The LORD rewarded me according to my righteousness; he repaid me according to the cleanness of my hands.

21For I have kept the ways of the Lord

and have not turned from my God to wickedness.

22Indeed, I let all his ordinances guide me and have not disregarded his statutes.

23I was blameless toward him and kept myself from my iniquity.

24So the LORD repaid me according to my righteousness, according to the cleanness of my hands in his sight.

Psalm 18:20-24

Faith for His Deliverance in the Face of the Enemy

In Daniel Chapter 3, the three Hebrew boys, Shadrach, Meshach & Abednego, were threatened to be thrown in a fiery furnace by King Nebuchadnezzar, for refusing to worship the golden image he made. In Daniel 3:16-17 the boys stood their ground and displayed their faith in the Lord, despite what they were about to face. They had faith that their Lord and God would surely be Jehovah Melphati, and deliver them from the furnace and the control of King Nebuchadnezzar.

16 Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego replied to the king, “Nebuchadnezzar, we don’t need to give you an answer to this question.

17 If the God we serve exists, then he can rescue us from the furnace of blazing fire, and he can rescue us from the power of you, the king.

Daniel 3:16-17

Indeed, God did rescue the three Hebrew boys from the fiery furnace without harm, a burn or blemish. When you remain faithful to God, blameless with clean hands, a pure heart and complete devotion to Him, He will deliver and defend you. God is loyal to His anointed children and gives them victory, freeing them from their enemies. Psalm 18:32 states, “God-he clothes me with strength and makes my way perfect.” So, do not fear, do not be afraid, keep the ways of the Lord, never compromise and live in the favor of God forever and ever. His right hand will uphold you and His wings will cover you from all harm. Trust, believe, live and rejoice in the Lord our God (Yahweh God), for He is faithful to deliver.

Jehovah Melphati is His name

-The Lord My Deliverer

Know Who I Am: The Many Names of GOD

Upon our acceptance of Jesus Christ in our lives and as we grow as Christians, we become aware of the many names of God. Today, we will focus on the name: “Jehovah Chereb”

Knowing Jehovah Chereb: The Lord…the Sword

In Deuteronomy, chapter 33, Moses spoke blessings to the Israelites prior to his death. God spoke to Moses prior to this address and informed him that he was going to die. Moses addressed the people of Israel before his final climb up Mount Nebo, his death place.

29How happy you are, Israel! Who is like you, a people saved by the LORD? He is the shield that protects you, the sword you boast in. Your enemies will cringe before you, and you will tread on their backs.

Deuteronomy 33:29

Sword \ ˈsȯrd \

1: a weapon (such as a cutlass or rapier) with a long blade for cutting or thrusting that is often used as a symbol of Honor or Authority

2: an agency or instrument of Destruction or Combat

3: coercive Power

Moses reassured the Israelites in his words of blessings, placing emphasis on the victory that they possessed by being the chosen people and nation of God. There was no enemy that could come against or defeat the Israelites because of God’s covering and protection, as well as His authority and power to bring destruction to those who came against His chosen nation.

We can see an example of this very truth in Psalm 18, when David cried out to the Lord to deliver him from the hand of his powerful enemy. The Lord was faithful in delivering him from his enemy, as David had an intimate relationship with God. David knew that as long as God was on his side, he could defeat any enemy or opposition he may face. We too, should have this same mindset.

In Ephesians chapter 6, Paul wrote to the church of Ephesus, encouraging and equipping them to stand against the attacks of spiritual warfare. In verse 17, Paul tells the people to, “take the helmet of salvation and the sword of the Spirit — which is the word of God.” Our spiritual weapon against the enemy and his attacks during spiritual warfare, is our bible, the inspired word of God. In order to deploy this weapon against the enemy, we must know the word, and speak the word, just as Jesus Christ did when He was tempted by the devil in the wilderness (Matt 4:1-11).

John 1:1 states, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” We know that the word of God is our sword and weapon against the enemy we face daily. Therefore, since He is the word, He is our Jehovah Chereb (Our Sword).

Know Who I Am: The Many Names of GOD

Upon our acceptance of Jesus Christ in our lives and as we grow as Christians, we become aware of the many names of God. Today, we will focus on the name: “Jehovah Bore”

Knowing Jehovah Bore: The Lord Creator

Colossians 1:13-17

13 He has rescued us from the domain of darkness and transferred us into the kingdom of the Son he loves.

14 In him we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.

15 He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation.

16 For everything was created by him, in heaven and on earth, the visible and the invisible, whether thrones or dominions or rulers or authorities — all things have been created through him and for him.

17 He is before all things, and by him all things hold together.

Colossians 1:13-17

We know and identify God as the creator of the heavens, earth and all creation (Genesis 1:1). According to Colossians 1:17, it is truly through God that all things are held together and without Him, nothing can be sustained.

God desires to dwell in us now, through His spirit. As we submit our hearts to Him, we invite Him in to have Lordship over us, to rule and reign over our lives. This is the importance of understanding that through God, all things, including us, were made. Our worship and praise are to be exclusively to Him, therefore we worship the creator and not the creation, that He may receive all of the glory. (Romans 1:25)

Romans 1:25

25 They exchanged the truth of God for a lie, and worshiped and served what has been created instead of the Creator, who is praised forever. Amen.

Throughout the bible, there are numerous scriptures that speak to our creator. We are encouraged to acknowledge and reverence Him as being Jehovah Bore. Isaiah 43:7 states, “everyone who bears my name is created for my glory. I have formed them; indeed, I have made them.” God reminded the people of Israel of His power as their Lord and God, their Savior, declaring them as His own. Within Isaiah 43:10, God says, “no God was formed before me and there will be none after me.” This speaks to Jehovah Bore’s sovereignty over His creation, being the entire earth and all that dwells therein. In Isaiah 43, verse 11, God reiterates that He is the Lord and that besides Him, there is no Savior. He not only created everything that exists, but He is the one and only God and way to salvation. God has made salvation available to all through Jesus Christ; accepting Him is the only way to gain eternal life (John 14:6). This results in His Lordship over our lives, meaning we release our desires in exchange for His will and commands. In verse 13, He states, “Also, from today on I am he alone, and none can rescue from my power. I act, and who can reverse it?” Jehovah Bore has all power and authority; what He has done is permanent and no one or anything can change or reverse this. In this, we as His people can gain great reassurance that every word of God is true and will come to pass.

Be encouraged and follow God in all your ways, remembering that He is the creator, Jehovah Bore. Subject yourself to the truth of His word, living in faith and obedience to Him. Know that God desires to dwell within you, as you are His divine creation, created by Him to worship and glorify His name.

Know Who I Am: The Many Names of GOD

Upon our acceptance of Jesus Christ in our lives and as we grow as Christians, we become aware of the many names of God. Today, we will focus on the name: “Jehovah Uzzi”

Knowing Jehovah Uzzi: The Lord Our Strength

Have you ever been without strength; having feelings of helplessness, vulnerability and weakness? I believe that at some point in our lives, we all have or will experience this feeling, but thank God that it is just that, a feeling. God’s truth tells me that He is my strength, so even though my circumstances and conditions around me may be affecting me in a negative way, the truth is that God is my strength. In this very moment, we must call out to Him in prayer to be our salvation. We must call Him by name (Jehovah Uzzi- The Lord my Strength). Now isn’t this great? Our Lord has identified Himself to be the very help that we would all one day, if not every day, need. Let us not be discouraged when various trials and tribulations come into our lives, instead let us feed the truth that God is our strength, and deprive the temptation to feed into our feelings. These feelings often time subtly draw us further away from God’s truth.

We must gird up our minds and always remember to connect our spirit with the reassurance that if God is for us then who can be against us. In Psalm 28:6-7, the psalmist David reflected on God’s truth and sought Him to be his savior and the very strength in which He needed.

6Blessed be the Lord for he has heard the sound of my pleading

7The Lord is my strength and my shied; my heart trusts in Him, and I am helped.

Psalm 28:6-7

Our faith in God is what we need to apply at all times, so that we may witness the Glory of the Lord being our strength in those very moments of: lowliness, weakness, helplessness and vulnerability. God’s love is so great that He wants to supply all of our needs and support us in everyway possible. Reflect on Psalm 28:8 and let this be our reminder of our great Lords truth, “The Lord is the strength of His people, He is a stronghold of salvation for His anointed.”

Know Who I Am: The Many Names of GOD

Upon our acceptance of Jesus Christ in our lives and as we grow as Christians, we become aware of the many names of God. Today, we will focus on the name: “Jehovah Jireh”

Knowing Jehovah Jireh: The Lord Will Provide

In Genesis chapter 22, in the story of Abraham’s faithfulness and obedience to God, we discover that God put his faith to the test by requiring him to sacrifice his son Isaac as a burnt offering.

This story was so empowering, as Abraham did not hesitate or question God, but out of his faith and obedience, he set out to sacrifice his son on the mount in the place of Moriah. This was a true testament to Abraham’s relationship with God and his understanding and knowledge of God’s character. Despite the nature of what God was requiring of him, which we all would identify as difficult, Abraham had faith that what God requested of him was an opportunity for God to manifest Himself as Jehovah Jireh: Our Provider. We see this in Abraham’s responses in Genesis 22:5 & 8.

Genesis 22:5, 7-8 (CSB)

5Then Abraham said to his young men, “Stay here with the donkey. The boy and I will go over there to worship; then we’ll come back to you.”

7Then Isaac spoke to his father Abraham and said, “My father.” And he replied, “Here I am, my son.” Isaac said, “The fire and the wood are here, but where is the lamb for the burnt offering? ”

8Abraham answered, “God himself will provide the lamb for the burnt offering, my son.” Then the two of them walked on together.

Genesis 22:5, 7-8 (CSB)

We can sense the confidence and faith in Abraham’s responses. He told the other men who made the journey with himself and Isaac, “The boy and I will go over there to worship; then we’ll come back to you.” Although God told Abraham to sacrifice his own son, he stated that “we’ll” come back. Isaac, his son also asked, “The fire and the wood are here, but where is the lamb for the burnt offering?” In answering Isaac, Abraham was sure that God would “provide” the lamb for the burnt offering.

Abraham did as God asked; built an altar and set Isaac on it to be slain and sacrificed. As he went forth with his knife to kill Isaac, the angel of the Lord called to him out of heaven and ordered him not to harm Isaac. The angel told Abraham that he had proven his fear of God by not withholding his son (his only son) from Him. Abraham then looked up and behind him was a ram caught in a bush. He retrieved the ram and placed in on the altar in place of his son for the burnt offering. In Genesis 22:14, Abraham called this place Jehovah-Jireh.

Genesis 22:14 (ASV)

14And Abraham called the name of that place Jehovah-jireh. As it is said to this day, In the mount of Jehovah it shall be provided.

Genesis 22:14 (ASV)

God’s love for us is so great, that He Himself provided us His son, Jesus Christ, as the final sacrificial lamb. He will always provide for us, as long as we have a relationship with Him, by accepting Jesus Christ in our hearts and remain obedient to His will through reverencing and fearing Him. Due to Abraham’s obedience and reverence of God, the angel of the Lord told him that he would be blessed and that his seed would be multiplied as the stars of the heaven and as the sand that is upon the seashore; his seed shall possess the gate of his enemies and in his seed shall all the nations of the earth be blessed (Gen 22:16-18). Our faith and obedience to God is how we show are fear and reverence to Him; with that we will reap the benefits and blessings from God and come to personally know Him as Jehovah Jireh.

Know Who I Am: The Many Names of GOD

Upon our acceptance of Jesus Christ in our lives and as we grow as Christians, we become aware of the many names of God. Today, we will focus on the name: “Jehovah Nissi”

Knowing Jehovah Nissi: The Lord Our Banner

Exodus 17:15 (CSB)

15And Moses built an altar and named it, “The LORD Is My Banner.”

In Exodus chapter 17, during the Amalekites’ attack on the Israelites, Moses was on a hilltop with Aaron and Hur in order to intercede for the people of Israel during the battle. It was here and during this time, that God manifested himself as Jehovah Nissi. As Moses held up his hand, Israel prevailed in the battle and if he put his hand down, Amalek prevailed. Moses’ arms began to grow weak but Aaron and Hur were there in place to lift and support Moses’ arms until the sun went down. Just as Aaron and Hur were there for Moses to assist him in the task he performed during the battle, He will also place others in our lives to “hold up our arms”; supporting us while carrying out God’s will.

We also see in Judges 6:14, how God appointed Gideon to save Israel from the Midianites and promised to be with him as they prevailed against the enemy (Midianites). As we look at both stories of Moses and Gideon, we can see the correlation of man’s weakness empowered by God’s strength, hence, Jehovah Nissi. Gideon’s Army had been reduced to 300 men, based on the Lord’s direction, despite the larger Army of thousands they were about to face. This was a clear indicator of God’s power, promise and a perfect example of God operating as Jehovah Nissi. Let us allow God to reign as Jehvoah Nissi in our lives. He is the Lord our banner who will fight for us and will always give victory to those who trust and believe in Him. Therefore, don’t be discouraged and don’t give up. In your weaknesses, God will make you strong, so that the plan for you life will prevail, even when it may seem impossible.