Praise the Lord for His Love Never Ends: War in the Spirit with Songs of Thanksgiving

Posted: October 1, 2016 in Behavior that shows holiness and consecration to Jesus, Holy BIBLE (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth) = God's Love Letters to you

How do you win the battle raging for your soul and keep the Lord’s glory near you? Trust the Lord in all things, never stop being grateful for all the good in your life, listen to God’s faithful servants — prophets chosen by Him, and sing his praises as you live a life of consecration, devotion and service to the great I AM. He will march in front of you, winning battle after battle for you. Arise and stand. Let the glory of the Lord shine from you as a light to the nations.

“…Listen my friends, if we trust the Lord God and believe what these prophets have told us, the Lord will help us, ad we will be successful. Then he explained his plan and appointed men to march in front of the army and praise the Lord for his holy power by singing:

‘Praise the Lord! His love never ends.’ As soon as they started singing, the Lord confused the enemy camp.” (2 Chron. 20:20-21)  Notice the verse marking: 20/20. Like 20/20 vision! Perfect eyesight consists of keeping your eyes on the Lord and continually singing His praises. This confuses the enemy/darkness…evil cannot stand against the free offer of love to our Savior through praise singing!

“Shout praises to the Lord, everyone on this earth. Be joyful and sing as you come in to worship the Lord!” (Psalm 100:1-2) CEV

As  Holy Spirit was directing this post, (Posted on 2 October 2016 by was having this prophetic/explanation dream of the power of praise to an African village: which is just fascinating. Please read it for yourself.

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