Psalm 118:15 (NASB)

The sound of joyful shouting and salvation
is in the tents of the righteous;
The right hand of the Lord does valiantly.


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Unlocking the Truth - The Lord is our Champion

The last part of Psalm 118:15 says, “The right hand of the Lord does valiantly.”

Typically, the right hand is the more dominant or stronger side. Again, this conveys His favor upon the righteous, those who look like His Son.

This passage denotes action by the Lord. It states that His actions are valiant, but let’s look closely at the Hebrew meanings of “valiantly,” which are: a force, an army, wealth, virtue, valor, strength, company, goods, power, riches, strong, substance, virtuous, worthy.

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These are all powerful words, which sound like Jesus Christ, particularly the word “worthy”. But actually, in Jesus Christ, we are worthy too.

In Jesus Christ, we are all of these things—together we’re an army, in Him we have wealth, virtue, valor, strength, company (companionship), goods, power, riches, strength and substance, and virtue.

That is so much! Can you believe it?

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If it’s too much to absorb at once, take one bite at a time. Focus on one of those powerful words and meditate on the heart of Jesus Christ. See it in Him, and then He will reflect it back to you.

Ahhh, the amazing love of Christ! The cross…and our Heavenly Father. Look again at Psalm 118:15.

The sound of joyful shouting and salvation is in the tents of the righteous;
The right hand of the Lord does valiantly.

Study the Bible verse of Psalm 118:15, and make joyful shouts unto the Lord!

 



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