The Mathematics of Your Praise

Praise from a pure heart–add repentance, plus lifted hands, plus lifted voices, subtract whining equals an invitation for the presence of God.  And if His presence is the fullness of joy (Ps. 16:11).  If we want to practice His presence, we simply speak well of Him, plus speak well to Him, subtract hurry plus be still, plus lavishly bless and exalt His name.  If we multiply our adoration and give Him exponential worship, we are sure to be blessed in return.  If we lay upon Him only fraction of  our usual complaints, listen carefully, submit fully, we will be able to divide and conquer the enemy!  High praise is a weapon of warfare.  All we need to do is stand still and see the salvation of the Lord plus sing  praises!  Any way we slice it, praise is always appropriate and welcomed by God.  He inhabits, dwells in the midst of, our praises!  And when we praise Him, we release Him to be God in every situation that we face!

II Chron. 20:17 – Ye shall not [need] to fight in this [battle]: set yourselves, stand ye [still], and see the salvation of the LORD with you, O Judah and Jerusalem: fear not, nor be dismayed; tomorrow go out against them: for the LORD [will be] with you.

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1 Response to The Mathematics of Your Praise

  1. manoahswife says:

    I particularly like the part about “subtract the whining”. It is so easy to slip into whining when we are waiting for Him to move on our behalf. It is faith and praise that please Him, not begging, not despair. When we praise Him, we tell Him by word and deed that we have full confidence in His abilities to meet our every need–no matter what it looks like. Thanks.

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