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Daily Devotional - December 15th

Dec 15, 2017 - Dec 15, 2017 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Daily Read – Micah 1:1-4:13; Revelation 6:1-17; Psalm 134:1-3; Proverbs 30:1-4
 
 Psalm 134:2
Lift up your hands in the sanctuary,
And bless the Lord
 
The view from heaven is astounding as My people from all nations raise their hands to Me in surrendered adoration. Every color, tongue, and tribe praising and acknowledging Christ as the risen and reigning King is spectacular!
 
If only My people knew the significance of raising their hands toward Me. In the spirit realm, it is not just a powerful act of worship, it is a weapon of warfare against the enemy.
 
Colors and light, unknown on earth explode from each raised hand reaching into the Throne room of heaven. Each color carried on rays of liquid light cover My Throne in worship. It blesses Me, your Father and exalts My Son, the Lord Jesus Christ.
 
My child, this is enormous in My Kingdom. I not only view this from a distance enjoying corporate adoration, I zoom in and see your individual hearts.
  
Outward expressions of worship reflect inward conditions of the soul. The raising of your hands is revealing, telling, and found throughout My Word.
 
Every Word I speak is important. Each Word is instruction and when applied, produces eternity in the lives of My people. Not one act of obedience to My Word goes unnoticed, but is recorded waiting for you as an incorruptible reward in heaven.
 
Lift your beautiful hands to Me
I receive it as an eternal blessing of worship!
 
Precious Lord, forgive me for allowing tradition of man, reputation, self-centeredness, and just plain laziness to keep me from giving You the worship You deserve. When you say, "Lift up your hands", this is not a suggestion! You mean what You say . I unashamedly raise my hands to You. I surrender and worship You with my entire being, spirit, soul and body.  Forgive me for using excuses to justify my lack of enthusiasm in worship to You. The Lamb slain from the foundation of the world is worthy. Having Your eyes fixed on me, You chose to lift up Your arms in crucifixion on the cross. I choose to fix my eyes on You as I raise my arms in adoration to You. You are worthy!