Praise and Worship God (Morning)


Psalms 71:7-8 I have become as a wonder to many, But You are my strong refuge. Let my mouth be filled with Your praise And with Your glory all the day.

Paul and Silas’s journey was never an easy one at the beginning. They were jailed and persecuted because of their faith. But instead of grieving and lamenting, they chose the right thing to do: praising and worshipping God. In the end, their efforts proved to be successful, they walked as free men and brought new souls to accept Jesus Christ.

We can learn a lot from these duos. But right now, let’s focus on their praise and worship service. When troubles visit us, it’s unusual for us to refocus our attention on the problem. We forget to praise and worship when our situation is difficult. But if we follow Paul and Silas’s steps unthinkable may happen, just as our duo broke free from their shackles and chains a whole family was redeemed and saved.

Praise and worship bring forth unlimited power and miracles. God never guarantees our lives would be 100% free from difficulties, but He guarantees that He will always be at our side, supporting us and assisting us. Instead of sighing, cursing, and blaming God for your misfortunes try to praise and worship Him just like what our famous duo did. Sincere praise and worship bring positivity and dispels negativity. No matter how hard life is, remember: He is near. Refocus your attention, not on your troubles but His grace and kindness.




1. What did you do when facing difficulties?
2. How could praise and worship give you power?
3. What will you do to apply today’s rhema?


“Jesus Christ our LORD, we are thankful because we have You as our Almighty God. We believe Your assistance is real and Your miracles are truly happening in our day-to-day life. We know You give us power so we may be consistently building our prayer and worship. In the name of Jesus Christ, we pray. Amen.”


Ezekiel 37-39
2 Peter 2