Put on your garment of praise and put off that spirit of heaviness ~ You’ll be glad you did!

praise brought you through

Don’t lose your song of praise in the storm. It was praise that brought Paul and Silas through the Philippian “jail storm.” They had been beaten and were thrown in prison and bound in stocks, but at midnight, they began to sing and praise the Lord. Despite this dismal situation, they praised God, praying and singing as the other prisoners listened.  They not only were released but led the jailer and his family to Jesus.  No matter what our circumstances, we should praise God.  Others may come to Christ because of our example and results through our praise!

Force Your Body To Obey

Force yourself to praise God. There are times when you’re going to have to make a decision to dance before the Lord. Your old body will say, “Lay down. You’re a hypocrite. You’re not praising God.” Your mind may tell you, “Your heart’s not really in this.” Your heart can be into praise and worship before your mind and body are! Your heart knows what’s right, so make your body and your mind do what you ought to do.

In everything give thanks: for this is the will of god in Christ Jesus concerning you.

1 Thessalonians . 5:18 ~ Put on your garment of praise and put off that spirit of heaviness. You’ll be glad you did.

Continue to Be Blessed and Highly Favored in God!

Today, Don’t Just Be Great Be On The Other Side of Brilliance!

 



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  1. GO!..GO!..GO FOR GOD! …AND KEEP ON GOING! -B.D.

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