Breaking through with Praise, Judah


Psalm 76
 1 In Judah God is known; (The Hebrew meaning for Judah is Praise)
3 There He broke the arrows of the bow,
The shield and sword of battle.  Selah
What a Powerful verse! See, number one, God wants to be known. He wants to be interacted with. He wants to connect with us on a very personal level..
 He says the way that you know Me, and the way you interact with Me,  is not through your reasoning minds, it’s not by simply throwing some religious rhetoric out there, but God say’s the only way you will really know me and what I am capable of doing is through PRAISE. Through WORSHIP through PRAISE, I will be known.
Until you mature enough in your walk with God that you become a worshipper like king David, not just trying to get by on your traditions and your self- righteousness, you will not know the deep joy of truly knowing God. When you really grow up in God that you can begin to lose yourself in PRAISE and WORSHIP, then you will learn who God really is.
He Said, I will be Known in Praise,”.  As long as you keep coming to God complaining, coming to God skeptical, and with no emotion; I don’t care how much self righteousness you have, you will never know who God really is. I pray that we can mature as Christians and get a revelation of this powerful verse, “In Judah God will be known. In PRAISE God will be known,” because in verse three,  David makes a powerful statement. He says, There in that place of praise I will break the enemies bow’s and arrow’s. I will break his sheilds, and ultimately He will break the battle in your favor!”
Isaiah put it like this, “No weapon formed against you shall prosper“!    Find  that place of PRAISE  and you will know who our God really is!
Be a Praiser! Be a Worshipper!
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About shorechristiancenter

Along with his wife Ronda, Pastor Friedel founded Shore Christian Center Church, which has a substantial presence in the Shore area. While leading the Church in growth his God given vision is unfolding rapidly.
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