These Are Mine! Touch Not My Anointed!
By Deborah Waldron Fry
I saw a battlefield and the warriors of God.
The enemy was attempting to “take out their legs from beneath them; to cut them off at the knees.”
The devil was sending in attacks to undermine them, strip their authority and stop the moving of the Holy Spirit. And the Voice of The LORD came to them and stopped the enemy in his tracks.
And The LORD of Hosts said, “THESE ARE MINE. TOUCH NOT MY ANOINTED” Jesus came to them and raised them up, and sent angels to strengthen the limp hands and steady the weak knees and clothe them in new robes of the “ARMOR
OF HEAVEN” which is the “Armor of GRACE.”
“Beloved. Fear not. You are with Me. You are not alone in this fight. The battle is The LORD’s. My
Grace is sufficient for you, My Child.
I have declared, “Touch not My anointed ones and do my prophets no harm!” You are Mine, doing My work.
I shall not allow the enemy to oppress you. I shall even rebuke kings on your behalf. Be strong, My Warrior, and do not fear. Behold your God comes with vengeance and the demons tremble and flee in fear.
I come in Mighty Power to destroy ALL the works of the devil. I AM your Fierce Protector. The God of Glory thunders. I shall move heaven and earth on your behalf. Be still and know that I AM God.
Be still and watch your enemies fall. You are more than a conqueror through Him who loves you. I AM raising you up in the power of My Might. You shall go forth in the Armor of Heaven, with even greater Glory and Grace.
Your hand will be lifted up in triumph over your enemies, and all your foes shall be destroyed.”
TAKE OUT THE LEGS or KNEES: To bring someone to his/her
knees, to force someone into submission or compliance; to have a negative effect on someone or something; to destroy someone or a group of people; to defeat someone or something; To squelch or humiliate (a person) suddenly and thoroughly
“Strengthen the limp hands and steady the feeble knees! Say to those with anxious hearts: “Be strong, do not fear! Behold, your God will come with vengeance. With divine retribution He will come to save you.”
“And all those assembled here will know that it is not by sword or by spear that The LORD saves; for the battle is The LORD’s, and He will give all of you into our hands,”
1 Samuel 17:47.
“Your words have steadied those who stumbled, and have made firm the knees that were buckling,” Job 4:4.
the one with the likeness of a man touched me and strengthened me,” Daniel 10:18.
“He let no man oppress them; He rebuked kings on their behalf: ‘Do not touch My anointed
ones! Do no harm to My prophets!’” 1 Chronicles 16:21-22.
By Deborah Waldron Fry