The praise should start first then it shall come to pass. When you thank him in advance you’re letting him know he comes first, not what you want or what you in the wait for. He then gives you more strength in the waiting process and if he promised then he will deliver. But remember in the waiting room, in the lobby, you thank him for answering, you thank him for responding.
In Mark 11:24 it says therefore I say to you all things for which you pray and ask believe that you have received them, and they will be granted to you. If I believe that I already received them, they will be granted to me. So why not thanking him for things I know that are already coming my way.
Silas and Paul didn’t wait to see a miracle happen to start their praise. They started to praise and thank him in advance because they know and believed somehow he is coming for them. You have to know how to respond to hard time in the waiting room, God wants to see how you trust him in the wait period, in the difficulties and the extent of your faithfulness.
Praise your way out! Don’t mind anyone else; they probably won’t understand how you praising already in your situation. Use your heart, mind, spirit and body to show God how thankful you are in advance so you can receive the breakthrough you desire.
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I’m Hadassa Paylor, a believer, a wife, and the founder of “Your Morning Word” blog. I’m Haitian and I live in New York. I was always felt inspired to write and help others out in my writing. On this blog you’ll find a lot of spiritual, social ideas, advice, and a lot more things to help you grow closer to God. Join me in this journey for “Your Morning Word”.