Does praise follow your prayer? It should. Praise is a sign of value and gratitude. When you have finished the work of prayer, you must believe that God has already done what you have asked. You should trust that it is already a completed act. You should value the work of God. It does not take Him long to answer. He doesn’t have to hold a conference or check around with others. He answers prayer when it reaches His ears. He answers when you have prayed according to His will. When you are certain that God has heard and answered; begin to praise.
The assurance of answered prayer produces confidence and peace in your heart. This confidence and peace causes an increased desire to celebrate the faithfulness of God. Your praise is also a signal that you are confident in God and willing to stand until you see the manifestation of your answer.
As you continue to cultivate the prayer habit, let it lead you to sincere praise. Keep in mind, the certainty of God’s answer is often recognized in the prayer closet long before it is revealed in the natural realm. Don’t wait until you see the answer to praise. Remember, “The just shall live by faith.” Your praise then becomes an exercise in faith.
On this next to the last day of 30/30 Prayer Event, I encourage you to let your tremendous prayer life produce a magnificent life of praise.
“And whatsoever we ask, we receive of him because we keep his commandments, and do those things which are pleasing in his sight.” 1 John 3:22
Blessings to you!
I would like to invite you to join me as we close this experience with a prayer tele-seminar, “Keys to a More Spiritual Prayer Life.” I will host the free tele-seminar on Thursday, July 30, at 5:00pm ET. You can register now by clicking the link below.
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Looking forward to “seeing” you on the line!