Daily D – 2 Chronicles 20:21

by | Jun 30, 2021 | Daily D | 0 comments

Then he consulted with the people and appointed some to sing for the LORD and some to praise the splendor of his holiness. When they went out in front of the armed forces, they kept singing: Give thanks to the LORD, for his faithful love endures forever.
2 CHRONICLES 20:21 (CSB)

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After talking it over with the people, Jehoshaphat appointed a choir for GOD; dressed in holy robes, they were to march ahead of the troops, singing,
Give thanks to GOD,
His love never quits.

(The Message)

The path of progress and victory is paved with praise. When we recognize God for who he is, when we shape our actions by aligning ourselves with his activity throughout history, when we faithfully declare his ultimate reality and immediate presence, we win. This is true even if the scoreboard declares otherwise. Some losses are greater victories than wins ever could be. The cross was a loss if considered from the perspective of nightfall on Friday. A battle is not a war. Sunday was coming. 

Step into today’s arena with a song of praise. Thank God for the fact and truth of his presence, his peace, and his power. Walk with God through the day in the confidence of that Sunday and all it makes possible. Work with God through the day with the certainty that he finishes what he starts. Wear your faith on your face with joy indescribable. 

He is victorious. Give thanks to him. Live in the certainty that his love endures forever. 

This is going to be a good day.

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I will give thanks to God for his limitless love.

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Our Father, how could we not thank you? Your love never fails, never runs out, and never expires. Your ways lead to certain victory. Receive our praise as we recognize you for who you are. Receive our thanks for every good and perfect gift we receive from your hand. Amen. 

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