Praise engenders divine direction

Praise is a commandment that engenders divine direction

In case you have ever lost anything, God is the only reason why have never lost everything. God does not owe you anything, you owe God praise. “Let everything that hath breath praise the lord.” PS.150:6. Your breath is the only requirement to praise God. You will be fretful if you are not joyful. Appreciation equals multiplication. “And out of them shall proceed thanksgiving and the voice of them that make merry: I will multiply them, they shall not be few; I will also glorify them they shall not be small.” Jer.30:19. Your smallness and fewness is traceable to a lack of praise disease.

Praise is where God live. “Be thou art Holy, O thou that inhabitest the praise of Israel.” PS.22:3. If you want to see God praise Him. There are so many frustrated prayer warriors, but there no frustrated praise warriors. Praise engenders the access to divine secrets and mysteries. You won’t get to a point where you will no longer know what to do again. There is an outbreak of revelation in praise.

Friends, cultivate a habit of a praiseful lifestyle, don’t wait for something spectacular to happen before you enter into praise. If you wait, you will wait till eternity. Nothing moves God like our obedience to the commandment of praise. Praise is a commandment that engenders divine direction. “But my horn shalt thou exalt like the horn of an unicorn: i shall be anointed with fresh oil.” PS.92:10. There so many men of God, I means prophets and pastors – not even only believers this time – still operating on a stale oil. Fresh oil talks about fresh revelation. You don’t allow the oil in the engine of your vechile go stale before you change it. You must maintain a perpetual praiseful lifestyle in order to remain a candidate for divine direction. The secret of the lord is with them that fear him, He will shew them His covenant. PS.25:14. God cannot entrust to you more than the level of you fearful praise.

 

Author: Chris Adedoyin

Chris is a well-known Christian blogger on WordPress. He has over 500 articles published and over a thousand followers. He works as an interpreter as well as a Sunday school teacher. Since he began blogging, his writings have touched many people's lives. He attended Olabisi Onabanjo University and majored in Economics. He is an expert in technology. Web development, ERP solutions, and graphic design are among his technical skills.

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