Ask Him to renew us and to refresh our spirit


Psalms 111:1 Praise the Lord! I will give thanks to the Lord with my whole heart….

This is a psalm of praise and thanksgiving. The title of it is “Hallelujah-Praise you the Lord,’

This psalm is a hymn of praise to Yahweh for the wondrous works which he has created.

Both Psalms 111 and 112 begin with “Praise Yahweh.”
Both are 22 line acrostic poems.

The last verse of Psalm 111 says, “The fear of Yahweh is the beginning of wisdom.”
Psalm 112 takes up that theme with “Blessed is the man who fears Yahweh” (112:1).

The two psalms were apparently written as a pair, and may have been sung that way in Jewish worship to Praise God

What is the importance of praise?

In Psalm 111, God reminds us the importance of praise as an effective tool, which will help us to deal with difficult situations very effectively and to have victory over our circumstances.

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the whole world into an especially difficult and testing time.

Fear, division and unrest seem to be growing daily and people are unsure of what the future will bring.

At times like these, how exactly does praising God help?

PRAISE OPENS ACCESS TO GOD.
PRAISE REMOVES DESPAIR.
PRAISE OPENS OUR HEARTS TO RECEIVE GOD’S JOY.
PRAISE PUSH THE WORRIES OF THIS LIFE INTO THE BACKGROUND.
PRAISE REMINDS US OF WHO GOD IS AND WHAT HE HAS DONE.

Praise is an effective weapon against the devil.

Are we living a life filled with praise for God?

If not, take a few moments to examine our life and our relationship with Jesus.
Confess if there is any known sin and receive His forgiveness.

  • Ask Him to renew us and to refresh our spirit.*
    So …. Let’s truly praise God.

PRAISE THE LORD

Jooley Mathew Z
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Let us experience God’s healing and the hushing in this COVID Storm… Psalm 107:20 & 29

🌊The One Who heals with His Word is the One Who will hush the storm, Psalm 107:20 & 29. The same God who brought the Israelites from slavery and bondage as healthy and strong people through the waves of the Red Sea, that was hushed to be a gelo wall, is the same God who sends His Word to heal us from the Covid 19 and He will hush the Covid storm that is trying to take us out from fulfilling God’s plan and purpose.

🌊Only the Redeemed of the Lord, Psalm 107:2, can give thanks to Lord and say, that He is good, His Love endures forever, and that includes His Love will endure forever over the Covid Pandemic Crisis, Psalm 107:1. We are the Redeemed people of God and only the redeemed can give thanks and praise God in the middle of a bad situation because God is Eternally Good

🌊Child of God, Remember this, we have to acknowledge, that we are redeemed and we have to acknowledge, that God is good. We have to say so. Though this Psalm gives us the historical perspective of the deliverance of God’s people, it is also a great Psalm to meditate upon, especially in this pandemic situation, when things look like as if life is falling apart. Psalm 107 gives us various aspects of human crisis. It could have been written by a person who returned from the exile and who can recall the various times when God rescued His people from oppressive leaders of Egypt, Assyria and Babylon.

🌊God has always been, in every sphere, the Redeemer, Deliverer, and Ransomer. He Ransomed us from the kingdom of darkness with the blood of His son Jesus our Lord and Saviour. God has delivered His people from bondage in Egypt, from the wilderness experience, during the period of the Judges and from exile. This is true for each individual life even today, the same ever delivering, rescuing, redeeming God. Every redemption in the old testament is a foreshadow of the soul-redemption and illustration of what Jesus would do to reveal God our Father as the Redeemer. In Christ Jesus God will send forth His Word to Heal us and Hush the Covid Storm…. Amen🙏

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