Faith

A Midnight Praise.

The story of Paul and Silas is one that not only challenges us but it gives us hope.

Midnight represents a difficult and uncomfortable season. Midnight represents a dark time, a time when nothing is going well. It represents a time of struggle. It represents a depressing time, a time when you may find it hard to pray or worship or even praise but like Paul and Silas that midnight time is the time to praise, that is the time to pray like never before.

You see the enemy wants us to stay trapped in a midnight moment where our mouths are closed and we are not singing praises to God but it is in those moments that we must sing God’s praises even louder. Praising and worshipping God during a difficult season magnifies God over the problem. It gives a new and fresh perspective to the problem. It says God I know you are above and bigger than the problem. It gives us peace as we go through the storm. The enemy hates your praise but use that against him, reason why he will try by all means possible to steal your praise. Do not give him any room to steal your praise.

Like David declare I WILL BLESS THE LORD AT ALL TIMES, HIS PRAISES SHALL CONTINUALLY BE UPON MY LIPS. Psalm 34:1. 

Even when my strength is lost
I’ll praise You
Even when I have no song
I’ll praise You
Even when it’s hard to find the words
Louder then I’ll sing Your praise

Even when the fight seems lost
I’ll praise You
Even when it hurts like hell
I’ll praise You
Even when it makes no sense to sing
Louder then I’ll sing Your praise

Even when the morning comes
I’ll praise You
Even when the fight is won
I’ll praise You
Even when my time on earth is done
Louder then I’ll sing your praise

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