I will give you the treasures of darkness and hidden riches of secret places, that you may know that I, the Lord, Who calls you by your name, Am the God of Israel, (Isaiah 45:3, NKJV, emphasis mine).
For the past several months I have been praying for more of God. Specifically, I have asked God for more of Him and that I should never be satisfied that I have enough of Him: Holy Dissatisfaction, I call it.
The problem is that a Secret Weapon isn’t secret if the enemy knows all about it (even a defeated enemy). So this morning as I read Psalm 91 again, it struck me afresh:
He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High Shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty, (Psalm 91:1, NKJV, emphasis mine).
I realized that I need to move into The Secret Place, under God Almighty’s Shadow, if I am going to truly fly under the defeated enemy’s radar, as prophesied this past summer:
God has chosen you to make you His Secret Weapon. You are a Secret Weapon because the forces of the defeated enemy won’t believe that you could possibly be a threat to his kingdom. Thus, you will fly under the radar of the defeated enemy’s forces, and they will never see you coming.
You will do real damage to the defeated enemy’s kingdom and set back his plans in many places. Do not fear, though He leads you into some scary places. God will be with you all the way, leading you, showing you where to go and teaching you how to pray.
I understood that will need invisibility in order to go and pray in stronghold places where the defeated enemy’s forces are all around. Happily, I have already experienced that protective invisibility, so I was led to pray:
Lord, thank You for granting me protective invisibility. Thank You, also, for inviting me to dwell in Your Secret Place and abide under Your Mighty Shadow. As I enter into this next season of travel and Secret Weapon assignments, please keep me and all of my communications hidden from the defeated enemy and all of his minions. And please give me greater discernment to know who to talk to and who not to talk to. In the Mighty Name of Jesus, Amen.
As I continued reading Psalm 91, I was also struck afresh by all the protections promised to those who dwell in The Secret Place:
- He shall deliver you from the snare of the fowler. . . (verse 3),
For among my people there are wicked men, who, like fowlers, lie in wait and set traps to catch their fellow human beings, (Jeremiah 5:26, CJB).
The defeated enemy’s human minions are like fowlers, trapping unsuspecting people like birds.
- . . . and from the perilous pestilence, (verse 3),
After this summer and having a potentially deadly bout of pneumonia, I know that I need this protection.
- You shall not be afraid of the terror by night. . . (verse 5),
Having recently suffered this attack, too, I’m also glad for this protection.
- . . . nor of the arrow that flies by day. . . (verse 5),
Recently I was crossing the street at a crosswalk, and there was a car about half a block away. When I was about a third of the way across, the driver suddenly stepped on the gas, as though to run me over. I ran on across the street. It wasn’t until later that I realized that the driver wasn’t just your ordinary crazy. He was probably in league with the defeated enemy and looking to take me out.
- . . . nor of the pestilence that walks in darkness. . . (verse 6),
I don’t mind being doubly protected from pestilence.
- . . . nor of the destruction that lays waste at noonday, (verse 6),
- No evil shall befall you. . . (verse 10),
Being invisible to the defeated enemy and his minions will be important.
- . . . nor shall any plague come near your dwelling. . . (verse 10),
Triple protection against illness!
- For He shall give His angels charge over you, to keep you in all your ways. In their hands they shall bear you up, lest you dash your foot against a stone, (verses 11 & 12),
Angelic body guards—I’m going to need them.
- You shall tread upon the lion and the cobra (verse 13).
See? This is all about being God’s Secret Weapon.
So as I move into this next season as God’s Secret Weapon, traveling and doing the prophetic prayer work that He assigns, I will take Psalm 91 as my prayer and promise of divine protection. All of this would be very frightening indeed without the promise of divine protection. But having the promise of divine protection and protective invisibility, I face this new season of my life with a sense of excitement as an adventure. What adventure is God calling you to? God is good!