DAILY DEVOTIONAL

SEED OF DESTINY DEVOTIONAL

Thursday, 29 September 2016

TOPIC: PRAISE FOR ACCELERATION AND MULTIPLICATION

SCRIPTURE:  Let everything that hath breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord. –  Psalm 150:6

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: If you praise God from where you are, the unction for acceleration is released to move you to where you need to be.

One of the evidences of true living is praising God. Praising God confirms that we have the breath of life and are living.

Faith praises God to deny the enemy victory in times of conflict. When Paul and Silas praised God in the prison, they deliberately made the devil know that he had not won the battle (Acts 16:25).

When you praise God in the midst of conflict or when the devil expects you to cry, you are letting the devil know that he does not have the final say in your life.

When Jesus praised God for five loaves of bread, there was an unction for acceleration and multiplication that was manifested (Mark 6:41). Therefore, praise releases the unction for acceleration and multiplication. If you praise God from where you are, the unction for acceleration is released to move you to where you need to be. If you praise God for what you have, the unction to multiply it is also released.

But if you fail to praise God for where you are and what you have, you will be stagnated. Appreciate God for what you have and what He has already done.

Remember this: If you praise God from where you are, the unction for acceleration is released to move you to where you need to be.

ASSIGNMENT(S):
1. Make it a habit to always praise God daily.
2. Stop complaining and start praising.

FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: THE PRAISE OF FAITH – PT. 2

PRAYER: O LORD, Give me the grace to praise You unconditionally in Jesus’ Name.

QUOTE: Praise and worship is beyond singing songs; it is a life that we must live. Culled from THE PROTOCOL OF THE ARK by Dr Becky Enenche.

DAILY READING: Isaiah 54:15 to 59:21, Philippians 1:1 to 26, Psalm 71:1 to 24, Proverbs 24:9 to 10.

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