Isaiah 37:35 KJV “ For I will defend this city to save it for mine own sake, and for my servant David’s sake”
Psalm 105:15 KJV “Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm”
Many times the Lord had revealed to me how he punished a person who at one time or another had stood against me. He always defends his anointed, in his own way and in his own time. He had given me revelation knowledge maybe immediately after the person spoke or stood against me, or way after it had occurred which was always affirmed by its manifestation.
So why will God do this for me or another? Is it because I am special or that he respects me over another? No. I am not better than anyone else, I am weak and human. Rather, it is because I am anointed with his Spirit, and it is for his names sake that he defends his anointed ones.
His word makes it clear that he defends the weak, first of all. Secondly, he defends what is right, for he leads us on paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. When an anointed man or woman of God is walking under the inspiration of his Holy Spirit, then whoever offends that person is offending God himself, for whatsoever a person does to his anointed ones they also do to him.
God must defend his anointed ones for righteousness sake. Hebrews chapter 12 makes it clear that God will punish those who he loves, so when a person acts out of line, or mindlessly speaks curses and is unjust in their dealings, then they are standing against the law, and they are standing against what is right, and God is righteousness himself. He also defends and protects his bride, because he is a faithful husband, and we who love him are in covenant with him, we are his bride.
God even corrects other anointed men and women who stand against me when they are out of line, because what is wrong is wrong, and what is right is right. God’s correction will surely come, but many will not be corrected because of their pride. This is not right. Therefore, it is necessary that in order for that person who is corrected, correctly, by God that they should receive it. Don’t harden your heart, rather humble yourselves. Even I am corrected from time to time when it is right.
Those who are anointed by God should be in step with God. They should maintain a humble and malleable attitude at all times, because humility is the mark of a true servant of God, not pride. The good news is that grief might last for a night, but joy will certainly come in the morning, and those who are corrected by the Lord’s rebuke will reap a harvest of righteousness (Hebrews 12:11).
If you earnestly seek the Lord and earnestly open your heart to his correction, then he will lift you high and honor you with long life. Dear ones you anointed ones need not ever fear for God will defend you for his names sake. This is why I don’t bother defending myself, because I know God will do it. I know that those who speak against me without righteous heart motives will be dealt with according to God’s name, especially when it is against him. I don’t fret, they are setting themselves up for their own downfalls, I rest secure Hallelujah. Thank you Abba Father for defending me. Your love is fierce and your justice sentence is always right. You are glorious. I praise you. Amen.