When you’ve prayed and believed God to change circumstances, based on the Word of God, then you are to begin praising and thanking Him in the midst of those circumstances while you wait for them to change.
There’s power in praise—and it’s a fundamental element of faith. If you praise God, you’ll be able to triumph over every attack. Psalm 8:1-2 confirms that. The devil is not going to hang around listening to the praises of God. Praise shuts his mouth. So put it to work.
Praise God that the mountain is gone even while it’s still standing there. Praise Him for setting you free.
Praise Him for the blood of Jesus that paid the price for your sin and delivered you from every curse.
Praise Him in the morning. Shout your way to work every day.
Praise Him at noon.
Shout your way home every evening.
Praise Him at night.
Praise Him when you don’t feel like praising Him! It will make a difference.
Gloria and I have applied truths like this for more than 30 years, and God has brought us out on top every time.
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My continual praise and thanksgiving to God give Him the opportunity to intervene in my circumstances and bless me. (Psalm 145)
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