GRATITUDE

Gratitude
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Colos­sians 2:6–7; (As you there­fore have received Christ Jesus the Lord, so walk in Him, root­ed and built up in Him and estab­lished in the faith, as you have been taught, abound­ing in it with thanks­giv­ing.)
Rejoice and be glad in the Lord. Keep­ing thank­ing God. Cul­ti­vate the atti­tude of being grate­ful to God.
One of the rea­sons why David in the bible was a man after God’s own heart was that he knew the impor­tance of prais­ing – singing unto God with music. He always wor­shipped and praised God no mat­ter what hap­pened. Even in dif­fi­cult moments, he praised God.
Giv­ing thanks to God attracts God’s mer­cy. Give thanks to God for He is good. God is filled with so much good­ness that we can­not praise Him enough for all He has been doing for us or will ever do for us.
When we become praise­ful towards God, we become vic­to­ri­ous. The stings of death are bro­ken.
The vic­to­ry we have in Christ Jesus is made man­i­fest. Now when we yield to the spir­it of God we become more than con­queror. When the ene­my wants to steal, kill or destroy, it first first of all dis­tracts you from prais­ing and wor­ship­ping God. This way com­plain­ing and mur­mur­ing comes in, there­fore the atmos­phere is set for the ene­my to steal, kill or destroy.
When we con­tin­ue and per­sist in prais­ing and thank­ing God, the forces of dark­ness is con­quered, there­fore the ene­my can­not oper­ate.
1 Thes­sa­lo­ni­ans 5:18; tells us that (In every­thing give thanks; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.)
If prais­ing and giv­ing thanks are not impor­tant, it would not be the will of God that we should praise Him.
To your prais­ing and giv­ing thanks to God add prayer. Pray with­out ceas­ing, pray in tongues, pray with faith in God and you will see the ene­my run away. You will become vic­to­ri­ous in Christ.
Expe­ri­ence Life Abun­dance In Christ


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