Psalm 18 mentions the need to cry out to God for help, for strength, for rejuvenation, for relief. Commission God through the authority that He has given us, because of His Son.
Cry out when you have a heavy heart, when the world seems to knock you down and you can’t find a faithful friend, anywhere.
Don’t delay. Your deliverance, your breakthrough, your healing is all in the act of crying out before God.
Crying out to God shows Him how much you need Him to make it through a struggle or struggles.
The enemy wants to distract you, tear you up inside, take what’s not His to begin with. The enemy wishes to harm you, to control you, to take over your mind and negatively influence you to not praise Our God, even in the midst of stormy situations.
Bishop Grinstead, Pastor of Puritan M.B.C. (Indianapolis, Indiana) said it plain; He spoke of “Supernatural Provision.” God is in the “SUPERNATURAL” and He’s about to bring it into the natural realm all that you need. All that you need, God says, “I got it, wont you trust me?”
Don’t you know that your victory is in your praise? Offer a sacrifice of praise to God: this praise is for when you feel like giving up but you acknowledge that God never left you before. This praise comes in recognition that God gives peace, protection, His ability to restore and replenish. Falling down before Him to cry out for the change that you are needing to be activated in your life.
God answers prayers. Your strength is on the way! You won’t look like what you’ve been through! Bless Our God!
We must be obedient and submit to His Way – there is no other option! You want Him to crush the wall you are at, the storm that will come? Bow down and worship Him.
Submit praise unto Him who is able. Make time to commune with Him. Stop wallowing in bad behavior (depression, stress, anxiety). Stand firm on what’s right: not unto the world’s standards, but unto God’s standards. Don’t try to satisfy others: You can’t buy or talk your way into receiving the love of others. Pray and praise some more! – It’s a new day!
Psalm 18:12-14, 16-17, 27-29 NLT| New Living Translation
(12) Thick clouds shielded the brightness around him and rained down hail and burning coals. (13) The LORD thundered from heaven; the voice of the Most High resounded amid the hail and burning coals.
(14) He shot his arrows and scattered his enemies; his lightning flashed, and they were greatly confused. (16) He reached down from heaven and rescued me; he drew me out of deep waters. (17) He rescued me from my powerful enemies, from those who hated me and were too strong for me.
(27) You rescue the humble, but you humiliate the proud. (28) You light a lamp for me. The LORD, my God, lights up my darkness. (29) In your strength I can crush an army; with my God I can scale any wall.