Testimony Tuesday

Tuesday, December 11, 2012


My mouth shall speak the praise of the Lord.” (Psalm 145:21)

TESTIFY OF HIM

When someone presents us with a gift or blessing, we don't thank the gift we received; we give thanks to the person who has blessed us. We don’t say, “Oh, thank you lights for turning yourselves back on; no we say, I thank the Lord, my Provider, for turning my lights back on because He loves me and knew I was unable to pay that power bill!”

It’s not the gift that we praise; it’s the Giver of the gift who’s praised.

When we speak of God, we shouldn’t just focus on what goodness He’s given us; we should also focus on who this Giver of goodness is.

Do you testify of God? Does your mouth speak the praise of the Lord? Are you praising Him for who He is to you or just for all He’s done for you?

He may be a different thing to everyone; to one, He is “My Deliverer,” to another, He is “My Lover,” to another; He is “My Peace.” Whatever He is to you, be sure to testify of Him, and TO Him!

The language of every woman of God should be of unashamed praise. She should eagerly speak of how good the Master is to her. Above her husband, her children, her parents, her status in life, the LORD should be number one in her heart.

So, why do you need Him?

Is He your HELPER when you need to shake negative thoughts or experiences?
Is He your JOY in sorrow?
Is He your FORERUNNER when you've lost your way?
 Is He your EXAMPLE when you need to straighten up and fly right?

Testify of the Lord at all times. Tell Him that He is all that you desire to be. Tell others, He is all you want to experience. Tell Him you love Him, not only for what He’s done (though He’s done so much), but for who He is, because it’s a personal testament of your relationship with Him. You're not just the recipient of gifts, you're the bride of the Most High and He is your....


Scripture to Reflect on:

Psalm 145


Then I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, “Now salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of His Christ have come, for the accuser of our brethren, who accused them before our God day and night, has been cast down. And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, and they did not love their lives to the death.” 
(Revelation 12:10-11)


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