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The Angel of Praise and Breakthrough – Part One

 

The following dream and experience the Mirjam had, was truly amazing and has really changed the way I see warfare and praise. It really helps me to focus when I go into warfare.

There is so much we need to learn about the power of praise.

The Lord showed me many years ago that worship is the highest level of warfare.

Many of Gods people are stuck in the prayer of petition and have not risen to the level of faith expressed through consistent radical thanksgiving, praise and worship – TPW.

Let us move forward into the realm of true faith where all things are possible.

In His love and service

 

Warren

 

The Angel of Praise and Breakthrough – Part One

 

Dream by Mirjam Horak

In the dream I was sleeping; I was awakened by an enormous angel in the room. He was at least 7 meters high, and very light. The angel woke me up and tells me “I am going to show you many things”.

He takes me from the bed to the lounge (in a house I didn’t know).

He now places me in front of the window and I can see the street and the street lights.

 

He says to me,

Only you can see me right now”

Suddenly he says in a very loud voice

 

“All glory, honor, power, blessings be to Him!!”

 

He started worshipping really loud, as he did; things started shaking in the street, city and even the country. Everything, but the house I was in, was shaking.

He then finished off by saying,

“This is what happens when you worship Him”

“I am going to show you much more”

 

Why should we shout loudly?

Comments By Warren

Firstly you should know that Mirjam is not the type of person to shout loudly or do loud praises as that is not here personality. So when the angel brought the message to her this in its self was message.

Loud shouting of Gods praise is a serous and effective weapon of warfare.

To shout to the Lord is one of the ways to express our praise to Him not that He is deaf; it just to expresses our vigour and passion for Him.

We can see through scripture that there are many places where we are admonished to praise Him with a loud voice and a loud noise.

We even see this in heaven that the praise is loud.

Something supernatural happens when we praise Him with a loud voice, this wont happen if we praise quietly.

This is not about our nature or personality, it is about what happens when we take a deep breath and praise the Lord as loud as we can.

This is a step of faith – there is a time for everything a time to be quite and a time to shout His praises.

The more shouting is against our personality, I believe the more power is released when we do it for Him by faith as it takes more faith for a quite person to shout.

God is waiting for our obedience. Obedient, faithful praise releases breakthrough around us.

One more thing; the enemy is the prince of the power of the air who desires to occupy the air space all around and above us.

So when we praise the Lord with a loud voice and noise, God now occupies this same air space, as God inhabits the praises of His people.

Our praises displace the darkness around us.

“But thou art holy, O thou that inhabitest the praises of Israel” Psalm 22:3

 

”Shout joyfully to the Lord, all the earth;

Break forth in song, rejoice, and sing praises.

5 Sing to the Lord with the harp,

With the harp and the sound of a psalm,

6 With trumpets and the sound of a horn;

Shout joyfully before the Lord, the King.

7 Let the sea roar, and all its fullness,

The world and those who dwell in it” Psalm 98:4-7

 

 

”Oh, clap your hands, all you peoples!

Shout to God with the voice of triumph!

2 For the Lord Most High is awesome;

He is a great King over all the earth.

3 He will subdue the peoples under us,

And the nations under our feet.

4 He will choose our inheritance for us,

The excellence of Jacob whom He loves.” Psalm 47:1-4

Read Part Two of the Angel of Breakthrough here

Over to you

Have you learnt to shout His praises?

Please share your comments what the Lord is doing in your life through TPW.


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