FOCAL TEXT: Psalm 57 vs 7►► ”My heart is confident in you, O God; my heart is confident. No wonder I can sing your praises!” ~| NLT |______________________________________
GLORIOUS greetings Cherished one. Praise complements a prayerful life. A person who has learned to pray and mastered the art of praising the Lord unconditionally is poised to experience more of God’s goodness. A praiseful life is like a great treasure before the Lord. It is another great force in the Kingdom that mount up lives into great destinies. The devil is anti-praise; this is why he incites people to hate, backbite, gossip, complain, murmur, criticize and slander one another.
The New Creation has a great advantage over the devil through praise. For the Lord inhabits the praise of His people (Psalm 22:3). Don’t let anyone or anything stop or stand your way when it comes to praising God for who He is and His finished works. Note that Jesus making reference of Psalm 8:2 replaced “strength” with “praise”. That’s, out of the mouth of babes and suckling have God ordained (rendered complete) praise (Matthew 21:16). Praise unleash strength from His throne room to perform wondrous things. Paul and Silas can attest to this reality (Acts 16: 25).