Curse Meroz!


The King has summoned you to partake in the celestial and terrestrial war between good and evil.  Men and women are being called to battle in unity to combat the enemies our God. 

The King has sustained you, been benevolent to you, and pardoned you’re your every transgression when you erred. 

This was a day where the earth trembled, the heavens dropped, and the mountains melted.  Highways were unoccupied and travelers walked through byways.  The inhabitants ceased from being.  The people had chosen new gods, and then there was war in the gates.  Judges 5:8   In a circular time fashion this war is revisiting upon the earth.

From the pages of the history of Judges, Deborah the Prophetess and warrior Barak were called to battle against Sisera on the plains near Galilee, near Meggido, where the final battle of good and evil will take place.  The inhabitants of Meroz chose not to engage in battle. 

But this was not only a terrestrial battle, for war was raging the heavenlies also:  They fought from heaven; the stars in their courses fought against Sisera.  Judges 5:23 

The fighting stars can be perceived as stars or angels.

But lo, a curse, not merely a curse from God but a bitter curse, was pronounced upon the inhabitants of the mysterious second heaven (outer-space or dimension) who failed in their willingness to assist the righteous in a war against the wicked, “Curse ye Meroz, said the angel of the Lord, curse ye bitterly the inhabitants thereof; because they came not to the help of the Lord, to the help of the Lord against the mighty.”

As we recall, bitterness in the Bible usually relates to bad water.  It is also related to Wormwood, harlotry, wickedness, acrid temper, or physical pain.

Just as in the days of old, you are being given a choice.  Will you rehearse the righteous acts of the Lord and His servants, or will you defy the Living God? 

Book of Judges 5
Talmud (Moed Katan 16a)