The LORD Thy God Is With Thee & Frees You From Bondage

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When thou goest out to battle against thine enemies, and seest horses, and chariots, and a people more than thou, be not afraid of them: for the LORD thy God is with thee, which brought thee up out of the land of Egypt. Deut 20:1

Here are some King James Version (KJV) Bible verses that touch on the theme of God’s continuous presence and His saving acts for His people:

  1. Exodus 20:2: “I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.”
  2. Joshua 1:9: “Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the LORD thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest.”
  3. Isaiah 43:16: “Thus saith the LORD, which maketh a way in the sea, and a path in the mighty waters; Which bringeth forth the chariot and horse, the army and the power; they shall lie down together, they shall not rise: they are extinct, they are quenched as tow.”
  4. Jeremiah 30:10: “Therefore fear thou not, O my servant Jacob, saith the LORD; neither be dismayed, O Israel: for, lo, I will save thee from afar, and thy seed from the land of their captivity; and Jacob shall return, and shall be in rest, and be quiet, and none shall make him afraid.”
  5. Micah 6:4: “For I brought thee up out of the land of Egypt, and redeemed thee out of the house of servants; and I sent before thee Moses, Aaron, and Miriam.”
  6. Deuteronomy 4:37: “And because he loved thy fathers, therefore he chose their seed after them, and brought thee out in his sight with his mighty power out of Egypt.”
These verses underline God's enduring presence with His people and His might in delivering them from challenging situations. They serve as reminders of the historical events where God showcased His power and commitment, especially the liberation of the Israelites from Egyptian bondage.

Personalizing The Above As Christian Affirmations



Jeremiah 30:10

  • I am a servant of the LORD, and He watches over me.
  • I will not fear, for the LORD is my protector and savior.
  • I am destined for peace and quietness, as the LORD has decreed.
  • I will trust in the LORD’s promise to keep me safe from all harm.

Micah 6:4

  • I am redeemed and chosen by the LORD.
  • I will follow the guidance of the Moses, Aaron, and Miriam in my life.
  • I am a testament to the LORD’s enduring love and commitment.

Deuteronomy 4:37

  • I am loved by the LORD, just as He loved my ancestors.
  • I will honor the legacy of my forefathers and carry forward the blessings.
  • I am a witness to the mighty power of the LORD.
  • I will remember and cherish the LORD’s acts of salvation.
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Joshua 1:9

  • I am strong and courageous because the LORD is with me.
  • I will not be afraid or dismayed, knowing that the LORD guides me.
  • I am never alone; the LORD is my constant companion and protector.

Isaiah 43:16

  • I am confident in the LORD’s ability to make a way for me.
  • I will trust in the LORD’s power, knowing He has triumphed before.
  • I am reassured that my adversaries will not prevail against the LORD’s plan.

I Am the LORD Thy God Which Have Brought Thee Out of the House of Bondage

Exodus 20:2: "I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage."
Exodus 20:2: "I am the LORD thy God, which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage."
  • I am the LORD thy God: This is God identifying Himself and asserting His authority and relationship with the Israelites. The term “LORD” in all capital letters in the KJV is used to translate the Hebrew name “YHWH,” often pronounced “Yahweh” or “Jehovah.” It’s a personal name God revealed to Moses in the burning bush.
  • which have brought thee out of the land of Egypt: Here, God is reminding the Israelites of the miraculous deliverance He provided for them, freeing them from slavery in Egypt. This act was not just a physical deliverance but also had significant spiritual and covenantal implications.
  • out of the house of bondage: This is another way of saying “out of slavery.” God is emphasizing that He saved the Israelites from severe oppression and hardship in Egypt.

For the LORD Thy God Is with Thee Whithersoever Thou Goest

Joshua 1:9: "Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the LORD thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest."
Joshua 1:9: "Have not I commanded thee? Be strong and of a good courage; be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: for the LORD thy God is with thee whithersoever thou goest."
  • Have not I commanded thee?: God is reminding Joshua of the commands and promises He has given. This sets a tone of authority and emphasizes the importance of what is to follow.
  • Be strong and of a good courage: God is encouraging Joshua to be brave and steadfast. It’s not just physical strength but also mental and spiritual resilience that’s being highlighted.
  • be not afraid, neither be thou dismayed: Here, God is emphasizing that Joshua should not let fear or discouragement take over. He’s reassuring Joshua that there’s no need to be overwhelmed by the tasks ahead.
  • for the LORD thy God is with thee: This is the crux of the message. God is assuring Joshua of His constant presence and support. It’s a direct reminder that with God on his side, Joshua has nothing to fear.
  • whithersoever thou goest: This means “wherever you go.” It emphasizes the omnipresence of God – He’s with Joshua at all times, no matter where he is or what challenges he faces.

The LORD, Which Maketh a Way in the Sea, and a Path in the Mighty Waters

Isaiah 43:16: "Thus saith the LORD, which maketh a way in the sea, and a path in the mighty waters; Which bringeth forth the chariot and horse, the army and the power; they shall lie down together, they shall not rise: they are extinct, they are quenched as tow."

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Isaiah 43:16: "Thus saith the LORD, which maketh a way in the sea, and a path in the mighty waters; Which bringeth forth the chariot and horse, the army and the power; they shall lie down together, they shall not rise: they are extinct, they are quenched as tow."
  • “maketh a way in the sea, and a path in the mighty waters”: This phrase refers to God’s power and ability to create paths where they seem impossible. It’s reminiscent of the parting of the Red Sea, a miracle performed by God to allow the Israelites to escape from Egypt.
  • “Which bringeth forth the chariot and horse, the army and the power”: This speaks of the might of the Egyptian army, which pursued the Israelites during their exodus from Egypt. The chariots, horses, and the army symbolize strength and power.
  • “they shall lie down together, they shall not rise: they are extinct, they are quenched as tow”: This portrays the fate of the Egyptian army. Despite their might and power, they were defeated by God. The army’s demise is depicted as complete and final, emphasizing God’s supreme power and control.
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I Will Save Thee from Afar, and Thy Seed from the Land of Their Captivity

Jeremiah 30:10: "Therefore fear thou not, O my servant Jacob, saith the LORD; neither be dismayed, O Israel: for, lo, I will save thee from afar, and thy seed from the land of their captivity; and Jacob shall return, and shall be in rest, and be quiet, and none shall make him afraid."

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Jeremiah 30:10: "Therefore fear thou not, O my servant Jacob, saith the LORD; neither be dismayed, O Israel: for, lo, I will save thee from afar, and thy seed from the land of their captivity; and Jacob shall return, and shall be in rest, and be quiet, and none shall make him afraid."

“fear thou not, O my servant Jacob”: Here, God addresses Jacob, representing the nation of Israel, assuring them not to be afraid. God calls Jacob His “servant,” emphasizing a close and protective relationship.

“neither be dismayed, O Israel”: “Israel” is another name for Jacob, and here, God reaffirms His promise. The term “dismayed” means deeply distressed or upset, so God’s message is one of comfort and assurance.

“I will save thee from afar”: This suggests that even if Israel feels distant from God or is in a foreign land, God’s saving power will reach them. He emphasizes His omnipresence and unwavering commitment to His people.

“thy seed from the land of their captivity”: The term “seed” refers to the descendants of Israel. God promises to rescue them from places where they’ve been held captive or oppressed.

“Jacob shall return, and shall be in rest, and be quiet, and none shall make him afraid”: This is a promise of restoration and peace. God assures Israel that they will return to their homeland, live in peace, and not be threatened by any enemy.”


I Brought Thee Up Out of the Land of Egypt, and Redeemed Thee Out of the House of Servants

Micah 6:4: "For I brought thee up out of the land of Egypt, and redeemed thee out of the house of servants; and I sent before thee Moses, Aaron, and Miriam."

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Micah 6:4: "For I brought thee up out of the land of Egypt, and redeemed thee out of the house of servants; and I sent before thee Moses, Aaron, and Miriam."

“I brought thee up out of the land of Egypt”: This phrase recalls the defining moment in Israel’s history when God liberated the Israelites from their bondage in Egypt. It’s a reminder of God’s powerful intervention on their behalf.

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“and redeemed thee out of the house of servants”: The term “house of servants” refers to the Israelites’ time of slavery in Egypt. God’s act of redemption signifies not only physical freedom but also a spiritual liberation from oppression.

“and I sent before thee Moses, Aaron, and Miriam”: Here, God reminds the Israelites of the leaders He appointed to guide and help them during their journey out of Egypt and through the wilderness. Moses is the primary leader and prophet, Aaron as the high priest, and Miriam as a prophetess and leader among the women.


Brought Thee Out in His Sight with His Mighty Power Out of Egypt

Deuteronomy 4:37: "And because he loved thy fathers, therefore he chose their seed after them, and brought thee out in his sight with his mighty power out of Egypt."
Deuteronomy 4:37: "And because he loved thy fathers, therefore he chose their seed after them, and brought thee out in his sight with his mighty power out of Egypt."

“And because he loved thy fathers,”: This part emphasizes God’s deep affection and commitment to the ancestors of the Israelites.

“therefore he chose their seed after them,”: This signifies that God’s love extended not just to the ancestors but also to their descendants, selecting them for a special purpose.

“and brought thee out in his sight with his mighty power out of Egypt.”: This segment recalls the incredible act of God leading the Israelites out of Egyptian bondage. The mention of “his mighty power” underscores the divine strength and intervention that made the exodus possible.


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