Thursday April, 5
HUMILIATE YOUR ADVERSARIES
Who art thou, O great mountain? BeforeZerubbabel thou shalt become a plain… (Zechariah 4:7).
TEXT: 1st Samuel 17:45-47
Genuine praise givers are praiseful not because they don’t have challenges, but because they know that their challenges are nothing before their God. Amazingly, the more they praise, the more their challenges are being humiliated. The devil is always trembling before praise givers because he cannot predict or understand them.
There was a story of a man who was given a sack letter in the office. The devil thought he had succeeded in stealing his joy but surprisingly, the man rushed down home, gathered his family members and said, “let’s celebrated God I have just been promoted.” They all dance and danced praising God until they got exhausted after which he handed over the sack letter to the wife to her astonishment. Not too long after, he was called upon and was offered a better, bigger and much juicier job. Wow!!!The devil couldn’t stop the praise in his mouth so he couldn’t hinder the blessing in God’s hand from getting to him.
I pray for you today, whatever the devil has stolen from you, it shall be restored unto you hundred folds as you praise God wholeheartedly today. God has never failed, He won’t start with you! Be blessed!
FOOD FOR THOUGHT:
The wall of Jericho crumbled at the appearance of praise and every other wall can still fall thereby.
Father, thank You for being there for me. Oh Lord, turn around my captivity today and give me a new song to sing in Jesus name.
READ THE BIBLE IN ONE YEAR
Deuteronomy 2:24-37, 3, 4:1-14 Luke 10:25-42,11:1-4 Psalms 41:7-13