NEW SONG PART VI
The good thing that many people think would not happen again will still happen in your life. Impossibility is nothing with God. Sarah said who would have thought that she would give children suck but with God, there is no such thing as impossibility or difficulty. Genesis 21:7; Genesis 18:14. A wise man once says “great challenges give birth to great miracles”. As long as God is involved, all-natural or even satanic obstacles are convertible to miracles. If we can secure the attention of God, the presence of obstacles is never a challenge anymore.
Brethren, we can provoke the manifest presence of God into our situation and circumstance by singing a new song to Him. The Psalmist said:
“O sing unto the LORD a new song: sing unto the LORD, all the earth. Sing unto the LORD, bless his name; shew forth his salvation from day to day. Declare his glory among the heathen, his wonders among all people. For the LORD is great, and greatly to be praised: he is to be feared above all gods.” – Psalm 96:1-4
It is good to pray but it is better to praise. You can weep and get emotionally moved in prayer but you need the joy to praise irrespective of what is happening. James 5:13. Therefore, praising God at certain times could be challenging (especially when things are a bit challenging). We need to bless the Lord continually and declare His wondrous works among the heathen. Psalm 34:1.
When the devil comes to you about things that are not working in your life, confront him with things that are working because they are the doing of the Lord. When mockers mock you about things that are not working, fight back by declaring the good things that God has done in your life. Never keep quiet because your mind will only record what they say if you do. If you can declare what God has done in your life even in the face of adversity; you have given your mind something good to think about and to God what to add to, and to perfect.
Put a new song in your mouth and open a new chapter to your life!
Scriptures for meditation: Psalm 33:1-22
Jesus is Lord!