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Testimony Thursday Link up: Power in worship

Today I want to share a video of a worship song that I love and that has blessed me in times that my world seemed to be falling apart or when I wasn't sure about things.

It's great to know that whatever we go through that God is in control in our lives. Our life is in God hands and His thoughts about us are meant for good and not for evil.

For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future. Jeremiah 29:11 (New International Version)

So our world is safe in His hands as the songs says. Knowing this, changes everything. Because we know that everything will be alright as long as we stay close to Him.

God is good. In His love ,goodness and faithfulness He can use songs to bless us and to speak to our hearts.
He has done this many times for me and this is one of the songs He used.
The bible also says that God inhabits the praises of His people. He builds His throne on our praises.

Power of God is released when we worship, even if we do it on our own in our own home.
Many times when I felt down I worshipped and praised God and this gave me a breakthrough. I got gladness instead of sadness. There is power in our praise and worship.
Glory to His name ! Halleluyah !

I hope that this song blesses you as much as it has blessed me.

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Have a great and blessed day.



Dolly@Soulstops said…
Hi Chan,

Thanks for leaving your URL so I can visit you. It is so true what you wrote about worship helping us to refocus our eyes on God.

Wow, you're in Ireland...Nice to meet you :)

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