When you think of praise and worship, your thoughts likely jump to music at the beginning of a church service. But praise is much more than that—it is a spiritual weapon.
David was the expert.
He knew how to do it more than anyone we read about in the Bible.
…and he lived a life of great blessing because of it.
When times are tough, our thoughts are often pulled to the quickest solution or even fears about how things could get worse. Singing songs and shouting praise are not at the forefront of our minds.
The promises of God belong to you. Every minute of every day, as a child of God, you’re entitled to believe for them and to take possession of them. Maybe you know this, and with great joy, you move forward to take possession—only to find the enemy’s fiery darts flying toward you at every turn.
No matter what you face during this holiday season, you can find encouragement through praise and thanksgiving by honoring God for His goodness and blessings. He is worthy of continual praise, but we must be intentional about offering thanksgiving to Him on a daily basis.
As Christians, we should always be looking to honor God. How can we seek to honor God this Thanksgiving Day? One way is by giving Him thanks for all we have.
Spirit-led prayer is an important part of the believer’s life. It offers every Christian the opportunity to enter into the presence of God, talk to God, and hear the voice of the Holy Spirit inside of him.
One of the ways the Holy Spirit will lead you to follow Him is in a specific area of prayer known as intercession. Intercession is the act of praying on behalf of someone else.