This book grew out of a series of studies given on Psalm 110 some fifty years ago. Lance writes in the
book’s introduction:There is no matter as practically important as this subject. The enthroned Lamb is to be found everywhere in the last book of the Bible, which sums up everything from Genesis to Jude.
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coming of the Lord─equipped,
fitted out, and prepared─but by
the Spirit of God?
─Lance Lambert (an excerpt of the book Be Ye Ready)
This little book of 68 pages is a highly recommended jewel from the Biblical treasures Lance has taught for years. You will open your heart to the Holy Spirit and experience His power while you read it.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
by Lance Lambert
It is the supremacy and centrality of the Lord Jesus. That to me is a tremendous well. There is not a single movement in the history of the true church of God that has not begun with a new understanding and a new recognition of Jesus as Lord. When He has been enthroned, as it were, a mighty inner spring of living waters has flowed out that has changed nations and the course of history. And it has always begun with a new understanding of the Lord Jesus.
“The lessons from the life of Moses all have to do with spiritual character and service. Of course, I do not have to tell you that Moses is one of the greatest characters in the Old Testament, indeed in the Bible. It is very interesting that there are only two who have been selected to represent all God’s dealings and all His work amongst His own people under the old covenant─Moses and Elijah. You will remember when the Lord Jesus was transfigured in glory, it was Moses and Elijah who were seen sharing and talking with Him about His exodus? I sometimes wish that we had been there and heard a little of that extraordinary discussion that the Lord Jesus had with Moses and Elijah on that Mount of Transfiguration. The first lesson we learn from the life of Moses is all to do with the calling of God. This word ‘calling’ is everywhere in the New Testament.” ─ Lance Lambert
This book is a call and a challenge to genuine intercession and is directed to the remnant of the faithful in the Western nations─once called Christian nations. Those nations are witnessing a growing rapid paganization which will lead to great loss and to demonism. At the same time, there is a violent assault on the existence and being of the Living God and on the trustworthiness of His Word.
The result is a growing apostasy. We desperately need a new breath of God renewing and reviving genuine believers and creating a living and working faith in Him. Nothing less than a spiritual awakening of huge proportions in which multitudes would come to the Lord and experience His salvation─can change the direction of those nations which were once called the homeland of Christian missions.
I have entitled this book The Battle of the Ages. That battle has never ceased from the beginning of the time as we know it. It is clear to me that the climax of the battle is ahead of us. We need to know what we face and the safety we have in the Lord Jesus. We need to stand in Him and in His power and strength. May the Lord greatly bless this book and give His light and revelation to all who read it. May it result in a genuine intercession in the situation we face.
─ Lance Lambert, Jerusalem
This book was published in May 2014, a year before Lance’s passing. It is his testament to intercessors in the Western nations.
Lance Lambert begins this book that was published in 2016 with the following preface: “Every successive move of God is like a mini Pentecost with the Spirit of God taking the initiative. Once that happens, it spreads like fire. However, within a generation man interferes by substituting his ideas, ways, and organization for the work of the Holy Spirit and once this departure occurs, the move dies. Nevertheless, what the Spirit of God produces in every move is never lost! Those materials─gold, precious stone and pearl─are deposited into eternity to produce the city of God, the bride of Christ. Therefore, we have every reason to be encouraged, for God Who has taken such care over His people and His work throughout the centuries, will complete what He has begun.”