Judges 7 “The Battle is the Lord’s”

As God whittles Gideon’s army down from 32,000 to 300, and as God gives them only trumpets and jars for the fight, when they come out victorious, it is clear that the Battle is the Lord’s. No one else could be responsible for this victory.
We also see Gideon as a changed man,]. The man of Chapter 6 who put out fleeces and accused God is now obedient to God’s word. We also find a beautiful moment, when God reveals through the enemy camp that Gideon would be victorious, Gideon stops to worship. We do well at times, to stop where we are, whatever we are doing and break into our day with worship.