Watch this and sing along with Selah in the song called All My Praise:
Holy, You Are Worthy of All My Praise!
Lord you are the Almighty, and I praise You with all my heart, mind and soul!
There is NO one like You, O God!
Holy and Righteous You deserve all My Praise!
There’s a storm coming, will you be prepared? Will you trust in God’s Love and Mercy?
I was reading the book of Psalms, and came across Chapter 13. Let’s read it:
1 How long wilt thou forget me, O LORD? for ever? how long wilt thou hide thy face from me?
2 How long shall I take counsel in my soul, having sorrow in my heart daily? how long shall mine enemy be exalted over me?
3 Consider and hear me, O LORD my God: lighten mine eyes, lest I sleep the sleep of death;
4 Lest mine enemy say, I have prevailed against him; and those that trouble me rejoice when I am moved.
5 But I have trusted in thy mercy; my heart shall rejoice in thy salvation.
6 I will sing unto the LORD, because he hath dealt bountifully with me.
In other words, from the Message Bible:
1-2 Long enough, God— you’ve ignored me long enough.
I’ve looked at the back of your head
long enough. Long enough
I’ve carried this ton of trouble,
lived with a stomach full of pain.
Long enough my arrogant enemies
have looked down their noses at me.
3-4 Take a good look at me, GOD, my God;
I want to look life in the eye,
So no enemy can get the best of me
or laugh when I fall on my face.
5-6 I’ve thrown myself headlong into your arms—
I’m celebrating your rescue.
I’m singing at the top of my lungs,
I’m so full of answered prayers.
In these passages of scriptures, David shared with us through the Holy Spirit that it is God’s love and mercy; which is shown towards us, when we are faced with circumstances and situations of troubles.
When the storms of life come, we through faith and patience inherit the promises of God knowing that storms do not last always. In this life they will come and they will go. But you and I are guaranteed help from God Almighty in the Mighty Name of Jesus.
We must be like David. When the storm does hit home, we can trust and believe He is able. He be well able to deliver me! I know that’s not great English, but it’s the correct tense in that God’s arms are not short concerning you and I! Hallelujah!
If you are going through a storm right now, celebrate your rescue just like David in verses 5-6. Singing at the top of your lungs! Lift Holy Hands! Dance your way through this storm! He be well able to answer everyone of your prayers.
He is your Redeemer. Glory to God!
Praise Him in this Storm!
When the wind blows strong, and everything is turn upside down because of the Tornado or Hurricane. Trust Him and Believe in His abilities!
Throw yourself into God’s Arms, just like a child with their Daddy. It takes some effort by you. Praise Him like never before! Praise lifts your mind and eyes off of the circumstances and places you on the promises of God. You can’t do anything better than to begin to praise Jesus right where you are. Just now, stop what you’re doing, lift up your heart and hands and voice and begin to love and praise the Lord Jesus Christ. He will come and rescue you remember, so he deserves all of your praise. Seek His face like never before! Get in your prayer closet, and receive your next directions. It will save your life. Stay near to Him! Before long, you will be sitting by still water enjoying the View! Amen.
Your Heavenly Daddy loves you! Be strong and of good courage! The Lord your God is with you always. He will never, ever, leave you or forsake you. His love and mercy is new every morning!
Remember this: The Sun shines all the time whether or not you can see it shinning. The Just shall live by Faith!
Trust in God’s mercy. He sent the Savior to rescue your soul.
Praise the Lord!
Watch Wonderful Merciful Savior by Selah:
If you are not going through a storm, prepare yourself because rest assured there is one coming. Build yourself on your most holy faith! You cannot afford to waste time and not praise God.
Your faith must be strong to weather this next storm – and praise is the key.
Until next time, continue to be blessed and Praise the Lord!
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All bible scripture are from the King James version, unless otherwise expressed.