All through the Bible, we see God responding actively to the songs of true worshippers. In 2 Chronicles 20:20-24, as the children of God sang, their enemies destroyed one another. When Paul and Silas sang praises in Acts 16, the Lord responded with a major earthquake and all their bonds were broken.When we sing and worship our God in spirit and in truth, the Lord alights upon us in power as He inhabits our praises. If you have never had a divine communication, start worshipping Him in a committed manner. When you worship, the things of God will get clearer to you. Either the word of the Lord comes to you or there is clarity in your heart about God’s counsel for you per time. Many obstacles will shrink when you stop trivializing and misbehaving during worship, whether you are alone with God or with other believers.
The hand of the Lord came upon Elisha when a minstrel began to worship and minister to the Lord in 2 Kings 3:15. There is a strong link between divinely-inspired songs ministered in spirit and in truth and the anointing God placed upon ministers of the Gospel. Worship leaders must study their pastors to know which songs trigger their anointing and brings God into the assembly. These songs should be sung regularly in the church because God works with songs and He gives songs to every God-ordained church with a candlestick in heaven (Revelations 2:5).
PRAYER: Lord, I ask for a new season of encounter in moments of worship. I take authority over every assault launched at my concentration and reverence during worship in Jesus’ name.
BIBLE IN A YEAR: Numbers 19:1-20:29, Luke 1:1-25, Psalm 56:1-13, Proverbs 11:8