Worship Is My Weapon!

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In times of extreme stress and hardship, we have one key weapon that will allow us to defeat all opposition: worship! Join me to discuss how we can use this weapon effectively! Worship is our weapon!

24 God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth.” John 4:24

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OUR WORSHIP INVITES GOD INTO THE SCENARIO!

When we worship God, it will build our spirits and will lift our focus from the daily trials we face.

When we are spiraling in anxiety, and the circumstances surrounding us are seemingly insurmountable, we have a choice to shift our minds back to God trusting in His good and sovereign purposes. We do this through worship, and when we begin to worship Him the Holy Spirit helps us refocus . . .

  • On His word.
  • On His promises.
  • On His plan for our lives.

This is how I fight my battles.

Worship is my weapon of choice. When we worship, we stop looking at the fight in front of us and start looking at the God in us!

  • Worship through your worry.
  • Worship through your fear.
  • Worship through your stress.
  • Worship through your exhaustion.

OUR WORSHIP BRINGS BREAKTHROUGH!

The enemy does not want you to get this! He does not want you MOVING INTO WHAT GOD HAS FOR YOU!

The fuel for your breakthrough is the air in your lungs—worship Jesus!

  • Worship breaks down walls.
  • Worships draws us near to the Father.
  • Worship reminds us of our reason for living.
  • Worship brings down heaven.

OUR WORSHIP CHANGES THE ATMOSPHERE!

God has already given you the key to change the atmosphere around you. There is a sound in your spirit, that when released, will shake the foundations, and bring forth peace and joy. As you discover this you will begin worshiping Him in the midst of any circumstance or situation.

The Lord inhabits the praises of His people. Where real worship is, there God is.

It is impossible to overestimate the power, victory, blessing, healing, encouragement, and inspiration embodied in this wonderful secret of worshiping the Lord.

Restful Worship

Psalm 46:10 says, “Be still and know that I am God.”

What does “be still” mean? The Hebrew for “be still” translates to let go of your grip, to make oneself weak. What a freeing idea! In our complete dependence on a God who will not ever fail us, we find freedom.

  • Your God is in control!
  • Do not stress—worship!
  • Do not complain—worship!
  • Do not gossip—worship!
  • Do not get angry—worship!
  • Do not quit—worship!

Your Worship Is Your Weapon!


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