Posted on Wed, Aug 22, 2007
"Rejoice in the Lord always. And again I say rejoice!" (Philippians 4:4, NIV).
Did you know that you can rejoice always? In fact, as believers, we are commanded to rejoice. Rejoicing opens the door for victory in your life. When you rejoice and worship the Lord, you are making a declaration that your God is bigger than your problems! You are making a declaration that you trust Him! Now you may be thinking, “How can I rejoice if I don’t feel like rejoicing?” Well, that word “rejoice” in the original Greek is “chairo” and it is actually a verb, an action word. You can choose to rejoice with your words and with your actions, no matter what you may be feeling. You may have to do what David did in Psalm 103, and actually tell yourself, “Bless the Lord oh my soul and all that is within me.” When you make the choice to rejoice always, God will pour out His supernatural joy and strength upon you so you can live in victory in every area of your life today!
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