God’s Expectation of You & I!

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Is your faithfulness to God dependent on your being on the mountain top? Is it dependent on your comfort, status, situation, or circumstances. Can you still sing and dance to the Lord in the wilderness, in pain, disappointment, having been betrayed by friends and family? Israel said how can we sing the Lord’s song in a strange land. Psalms 137:4 How shall we sing the Lord’s song In a foreign land?

When tempest rage within and without, will you still be able to sing the Lord is good my friends? Or is your praise dependent on the admiration of man, your celebrity status, prime time audience and much more!

Lord God Almighty, may our heart and mouth praise you in the valley as on the mountain top. May there always be a new song on our lips and a dance on our waist to you our Saviour and King. May we always please you in all our ways even as you step into our lives to make all things beautiful and much more in Jesus mighty name. Amen

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One thought on “God’s Expectation of You & I!

  1. Reblogged this on Radiant Glory Of Love and commented:

    “When tempest rage within and without, will you still be able to sing the Lord is good my friends? Or is your praise dependent on the admiration of man, your celebrity status, prime time audience and much more!”

    It is easier to sing when your belly is filled up, your barn is full of lifestock a crown on your head, the best car in your driveway, designer wears, exotic fragrances, everything your heart desires and much more!! Why will you not praise God one may ask?
    Friends, when you meet a man or woman, those that praise with and without the necessity of life, then you know, they have really had encounters!! Bearing your cross means a lot friends!! What does thar mean to you? Is it only when rhe fig tree blooms? God is faithful still, let not your heart be troubled! Praise Him anyways!!

    Shalom! Shalom! Shalom!

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