Are You Ready for War?
It is definitely NOT to clap or admire for American military actions, neither in the past nor nowadays, but it talks about the necessary discipline we as Christians should show up with, it talks about authority (in Christ), about the different centurions Jesus and Paul witnessed to (never telling them to leave their profession, but admiring their faith) and it is probably the greatest weakness in our ranks nowadays: discipline and organisation, common goals etc. We have to trust the Lord and we are looking up to Him, knowing that it often looks like we are losing, especially after having left a physical organisation and being left on our own (though He is ALWAYS with us!) So, this might inspire us to get ''back on track'', to act more like soldiers in our personal lives (Heb. 12: 1-3, 2Tim 2:3 etc), by taking initiative instead of letting the enemy control our lives with discouragement or giving up the fight. (Talking to myself most of all!)