You don’t know how strong your God is until you are faced with strong men.
Whenever you are confronted by mighty men, remember the almighty God.
God steps into your matter only when you don’t know what next to do and where next to turn as human. IIChr.20:1-24.
You don’t know what God can do until you acknowledge that you don’t know what you can do.
He is described as the very present help in trouble, and that is when we think he is absent. Ps. 46:1.
The anointing became strongest on Samson when the Philistines shouted the loudest on him. Judges 15:14-17; 14.5-6.
Gods rises to scatter His enemies only when they have gathered. Ps.66:1. God does not engage in small fight.
He is too big to be invited into a small fight.
God rises only to challenge.
What it takes to move God against your opposition is faith that is demonstrated by the combination of rest, (calmness) and action.