the praise strategy

And it came to pass at the seventh time, when the priests blew with the trumpets, Joshua said unto the people, Shout; for the LORD hath given you the city (Joshua 6:16).

In the verse above, we observe a strategy of the Spirit given to the children of Israel to take over Jericho. The strategy was very specific. There was a time when the victory strategy was for Moses’ hands to be up, for them to defeat Amalek. But this time, it was different. God told them to go round the city of Jericho six days, once every day. On the seventh day, they were to do it seven times, and by the seventh time, they were to shout, and the walls of Jericho would fall down flat (Joshua 6:3-5). What a strategy!

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There’re times when all God would probably have you do is to praise Him. At such times, He’s not expecting you to start binding and casting out devils; yet, as you praise Him, the forces of darkness will flee! Circumstances will begin to align themselves with God’s plan for your life! The Bible says, “Let the high praises of God be in their mouth, and a two-edged sword in their hand” (Psalm 149:6). Imagine Paul and Silas locked up in prison. It was a precarious situation.

Nevertheless, at midnight, at the darkest hour of neglect; at that time when the pain and reality of their incarceration should be too much to bear, rather than become angry at God for “forsaking” them, they adopted the praises unto God, until there was a supernatural jailbreak! An earthquake erupted that shook the prison to its foundations, flinging the prison doors wide open and both men came out (Acts 16:23-26).

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Where are you in your life today? What situation are you facing that seems insurmountable? Don’t give up. Never call a pity-party. Don’t feel alone and forsaken; adopt the praise strategy. Praise God profusely from your spirit, not in anticipation of victory, but in victory. Praise Him, knowing that He always causes us to triumph in Christ, and makes manifest the savour of His knowledge by us in every place (2 Corinthians 2:14).
Blessed be God!

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ADDITIONAL READING:
HOW PASTOR CHRIS TOOK ME FROM PRISON TO FAME
THIS IS HOW I PRAISE GOD — PASTOR CHRIS
HOW I CULTIVATED FINANCIAL DISCIPLINE
HOW TO KNOW A TRUE PROPHET OF GOD AND A FALSE ONE

GOD WANTS YOU RICH! – PASTOR CHRIS
— DIRECT GOD’S POWER TO THAT SITUATION
— WHY DID GOD GIVE YOU A MOUTH?

A STRATEGY THAT ALWAYS WORK — THE VICTORY STRATEGY
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8 thoughts on “A STRATEGY THAT ALWAYS WORK — THE VICTORY STRATEGY

  • March 25, 2021 at 3:16 pm
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    Glory to God forevermore

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  • February 5, 2021 at 11:07 pm
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    I am in a battle for my purpose and destiny. I didn’t give up and im not going to give in to the pressures, instead I chose to stay planted, read my ROR, say My confessions, pray the prayer points Pastor Chris asked us to, and now im doing some bible study and this is the topic I chose to read. I chose not to give in to the pressures and I chose not to give up!, so after reading about the praise strategy I am so encouraged to get my praise on again. Thank YOU GOD for lifting me. AND thank you Pastor Chris for your love for the sheep you watch over, I love you so much and thank you for helping me find my purpose in this life

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      • January 21, 2021 at 4:37 pm
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        Im blessed with this. Thank you Pastor sir for blessing us always with the word of faith.

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  • December 17, 2020 at 5:24 pm
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    What a message! What a Word! Glory to God. Thank you Pastor Sir for raising me and building me up in the Word. Hallelujah!

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