3.8.19 Praise & Prayer Prompt: Praise & Deliverance

PRAISE & PRAYER PROMPT ••• Today is our 731st daily Praise & Prayer Prompt which means that today, we’re officially starting Year 3.

I’m so grateful to have all of you with me as we have spent two full years talking about prayer and the praiseworthiness of God every morning!

Today, our signature verse is 2 Samuel 22:50, “For this I will praise you, O Lord, among the nations, and sing praises to your name.”

This comes from David’s Song of Deliverance, which details how God delivered David from the hands of King Saul.

It’s a beautiful prayer of praise to the one and only almighty God!

We may not experience the fear of literally running for our lives, but we do have an enemy.

An enemy who wants to destroy us even more than Saul wanted to kill David.

While Satan knows he cannot separate God’s children from salvation, he uses weapons of discouragement, anger, bitterness, pride, addiction, and hopelessness as his tools to prevent us from sharing the Gospel and keep us from fellowship with Jesus Christ.

The fight is real, Friends.

And it’s an ongoing, daily attack.

Satan is relentless and he knows his time is short.

Our job is to put on the Armor of God every day (Ephesians 6:10-18) and our weapon is constant prayer (1 Thessalonians 5:16-18).

It’s a matter of being ever-mindful of the Holy Spirit and staying in constant communication with Him.

Today, as you pray, thank God for His deliverance and salvation.

Acknowledge His worthiness to be praised.

Ask the Holy Spirit to help you be focused on Him in all you do, and to help you in the ongoing battle against our enemy.

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