FEBRUARY 3, 2023 / DAY #5


Psalm 104:33 I will sing to the LORD as long as I live; I will sing praise to my God while I have my being.

Once upon a time, there was a child who could not see. Both eyes have had abnormalities since birth. Even so, God uses His genuinely miraculous ways. God guided this child to meet a well-known songwriter in Jakarta and get the opportunity to sing a song that then boomed throughout Indonesia. That child is Grezia Epiphania, a spiritual singer entitled ‘Even though I Can’t See.’

Even though Grezia has limitations in her eyesight, that does not limit God, who works so powerfully in her life. Many people are touched and experience God’s visitation through the songs she sings. Sometimes, God does allow dark times to happen in our lives. Not because God is evil or doesn’t love us, His children. However, because God knows the limits of our abilities, His children. God knows the extent of our strength, and He longs for His children to rely only on His power, not the other way around.

That’s why the beginning of 2023 is the best year for us to start raising every praise of worship to God. Come to God with humility and what it is. Allow God to work in our lives freely. Don’t limit the Holy Spirit or restrict the hours of prayer and our Tabernacle of David to God. Let’s upgrade again to what is God’s favorite. Praise, worship, and honor glory only to God. Hallelujah! Lord Jesus bless.


PRAISE, which is raised in DARK times, has multiplicative POWER.


1. Why is there power in praise and worship?
2. What longing does God have for our lives?
3. What commitment will you make to walk even in the darkness?


“Lord Jesus, thank You for Your goodness in our lives. Thank you, even though you allow us to experience darkness, you never leave us alone. We believe in Your great design for our lives. We don’t want to focus on the darkness of the world, but we want to focus on looking at Jesus, the only Lord, and Savior of our lives. Lead us, O Lord. We are Yours completely. In the name of the Lord Jesus, we pray. Amen.”


Job 11-13
Acts 9:1-21