PRAYER LINE

Prayer Line…I will bless the Lord at All Times

Good morning this morning on the prayer line we talked about “I Will Bless The Lord at all times” Psalms 34:1-7; Job 13:15; Thessalonians 5:18. Why praise the Lord? Specifically, what has the Lord done for you? He blesses us in many ways so why shouldn’t we be quick to praise him? When I look at Psalms 34:1-3 I found six different expressions of worship 1. Bless 2. Praise 3. Boost 4. Rejoice 5. Magnify 6. Exalt, no matter what David went through no matter what he was dealing with whether it was good weather was bad weather, was in dark moments or whether it was in light moments, whether it was on a clear sunny day or whether it was on a stormy day, David always bless the Lord he always gave him praise. Sometimes we got to look at the little things and give him Praise! When we seek God He will deliver you out of all your your troubles; those situations that Rocks your Faith! He said come to me all you who are heavy laiden and I will give you Rest; Take my Yoke upon you and Learn of me(Jesus). When you look to him you Learn what and who He is; Jesus! isn’t that Good news! And he will take your burdens and make you feel light! Wow! I see why David Blessed Him at all Times! When im afflicted, crushed, forsaken, desolate, miserable, & persecuted He will save Me from it all! That is Great News I Will Bless Him today All Day! Because I know that I know That I KNOW! He has been GOOD TO ME!! Like Job say Though He slay ME YET!! Will I Trust in Him: but I will maintain mine own ways before Him! Do you have a “YET” inspite of, do have a “YET” in the mist of hardship, Do you have a “Yet” when you are in the face of enemies who lie, talk about you, leave you, mistreat you, and etc.. Today Bless the Lord at all times; why not pause right now and Praise Him! Hallelujah! Jesus you are Worthy of all Glory and Honor in Jesus Name! Go forth and have a Bless Day!

Presented by Pastor Fassett of Staying Focused Christian Life Ministries

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