“BLESSING THE LORD AT ALL TIMES”. Final Part: Tuesday November 3

Psalms 34:1

"I will bless the Lord at all times : His praise shall continually be in my mouth"

The above Bible passage shows us that King David was always counting on God by counting on his many blessings and the equation translates to giving thanks in all situations he found himself in life; no matter what! Praising God became his lifestyle and God took special notice of such lifestyle. Every time God is blessed His divine presence is always commanded. Amen.

Blessing God at all times brings more blessings to us and it is desirable to God. God is faithful also to respond to the one giving out thanksgiving to bless Him. The attitude of gratitude of the author was what earned him a unique position as the apple of the eyes of God, and the man after God’s own heart. What we gain through blessing of thanksgiving cannot be overestimated.

Blessing the Lord at all times will make your thanksgiving full before God and when your thanksgiving is full, your blessings shall be correspondingly full. Get engaged with God in deep and true worship and you will be in His books of regular remembrance for blessings. Amen. No one praises God and get stranded or grounded. There will always be ways of breakthroughs. Amen. Cultivate the lifestyle of thanksgiving and your life will not remain the same again. Amen.

Prayer points for the day

  1. Father, thank you for this seasons when my blessings are counted, in Jesus Name.
  2. Lord, let my attitude of thanksgiving increase, in Jesus Name.
  3. Lord, give me the grace of thanksgiving at all times, in Jesus Name.
  4. Lord, let miracles follow my thanksgiving, in Jesus Name.
  5. Father, raise the level of my thanksgiving beyond this season, in Jesus Name.
  6. Lord, increase and multiply my blessing this thanksgiving season, in Jesus Name.
  7. Father, make me a man/woman after your own heart this season, in Jesus Name. Amen.

Have a blessed and wonderful day!


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