Praise Daily Blog

  • Morning Exhortation : November 23, 2013 (0) November 23, 2013
    May this day be a fresh start to great things coming your way.
  • Yielded (0) November 22, 2013

    By nature I am a pretty reserved person. I am most comfortable blending in, and would truly enjoy going unnoticed. But at the Dominion Conference this past weekend, after the Prophetic Dance Class, I was impressed by the Holy Spirit to do something I would never do. As I squirmed in my skin, trying to quiet His voice and deny His urging, I had this one thought. I love God. And what was a giant thing for me, was a small and simple request from Him. So I Yielded. And in the process, I became free. Much of what we do is about others, but every now and again, it is about us. I yielded to His will and He showed up for me. It is in His strength that I minster, in dance, or song, or speech. When I want to crawl under a chair, He stands up inside me, making me bold. As I minister to others, I am myself becoming free. Free from my own opinion of who I am, and resting in the revelation of Whose I am. It’s not about me and my greatness, but about a great God who chooses to show himself through me. And so continually, I yield. God wants to love on you, and heal you and use you. Surrender, yield to His leading, and find yourself free.

  • Morning Exhortation : November 21, 2013 (1) November 21, 2013
    Try something new today. Expand your horizons. The Lord our God is with us.
  • Dance on Auto Pilot (1) November 20, 2013

    One of the reasons we have rehearsals repeating parts over and over again, is so that once we are before the people of God, we can forget the choreography, and dance on auto pilot. We then can focus on ministering to those who are before us, and worship God openly, freely, fully confident in the movements our bodies are making as we have trained our bodies to react to the music. Our bodies will do what we have rehearsed, so rehearse full out, arms fully extended, toes pointed and all, even in your private rehearsals.

  • A Good Leader (0) November 18, 2013

    A good leader has a heart that is filled with compassion for the people of God. They care more for God’s will than their own pride. They do not lead to be seen nor to be thought highly of. Neither do they make a reputation for themselves. They lead because they care. If you are contemplating being a leader, ask God to give you His heart for His people. Ask Him to reveal what He wants to do for them through you, so that when times get difficult you have His vision inside you to cling to.

  • Praise (0) November 17, 2013
    Psalm 30:12
    To the end that my glory may sing praise to thee, and not be silent. O Lord my God, I will give thanks unto thee for ever.
  • Morning Exhortation : November 16, 2013 (0) November 16, 2013
    You are blessed and highly favored. The Lord Our God has showered us with His everlasting love. Share it with someone today.
  • Morning Exhortation : November 15, 2013 (0) November 15, 2013
    May today you be refreshed and restored. I pray for supernatural restoration of what was lost or taken in your life. I pray for your joy. Have a blessed filled beautiful! “Be watchful and pray for our adversary roams like a roaring lion seeking whom he may devour”
  • Morning Exhortation : November 14, 2013 (0) November 14, 2013
    May the grace of God cover you, and His favor surround you. May you operate under His anointing, and be empowered to accomplish every task to His glory.
  • A Leaders Heart (0) November 13, 2013

    So many desire to lead, and truly it is a noble and brave thing. Many have fallen into a position unaware, some have strategically placed themselves there. Yet God is the ultimate qualifier of a leader. Whenever God calls a leader to come forth, more often than not He chooses an unlikely subject. Moses, a rescued slave child, lead a nation and stood before kings, Gideon, a contraband gardener with an attitude, conquered armies, and my favorite, David, a shepherd boy, became a giant slayer and anointed as king. In each case, God looked at one thing. Their hearts. Each leader was chosen, because they had a heart to follow and a heart to serve, a heart that yielded towards God.

    1 Samuel 16:6-7 (KJV)
    And it came to pass, when they were come, that he looked on Eliab, and said, Surely the Lord’s anointed is before him.But the Lord said unto Samuel, Look not on his countenance, or on the height of his stature; because I have refused him: for the Lord seeth not as man seeth; for man looketh on the outward appearance, but the Lord looketh on the heart.

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