Chronicles 20:22-26  And when they began to sing and to praise, the LORD set ambushments against the children of Ammon, Moab, and mount Seir, which were coming against Judah; and they were smitten.

Praise and worship is one of the most abused aspects of worship. There is Power in praise  and worship But When God is not worshipped in the Spirit,  We may not see wonders that praise can produce. 

God who is Holy deserves Holy worship , His majesty deserves pure worship,  this is why praises to God must be from the bottom of the heart. 

Praise to God is an expression of worship and glorifying the Lord. 

An atmosphere which is filled with sincere worship and praise to God by humble hearts is disgusting to the Devil.

Praise and worship should be a part of our lifestyle. 

It is something that we as believers should do in our daily life — at work, while travelling, at home or anywhere. 


1. You Must Praise Him For Creating You In His Image. 

2. You Must Praise Him For The Salvation Of Your Soul.

3. You Must Praise Him For Waking You Up Every Morning.

4. You Must Praise Him Because You Are Not Dead Yet.

5. You Must Praise Him For All The Victories And Protection Of The Past.

6. You Must Praise Him For Fighting Your Unknown Battles.

7. You Must Praise Him For His Plans And Promises For Your Life.

8. You Must Praise Him For The Level That You Are And The Level He Is Taking You To.

9. You Must Praise Him For Every Open And Closed Doors.

10. You Must Praise Him For Giving You The Ability To Eat, Defecate, Walk, Speak, See And Laugh.


1. David – in 1 Samuel 16:23, David was chosen to play the harp for King Saul, and whenever David played, the evil spirit that troubled Saul would leave.

2. Paul and Silas – in Acts 16:25-26, while imprisoned, Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God. Suddenly, there was an earthquake that shook the prison doors open, and their chains fell off, leading to their deliverance.

3. Jehoshaphat – in 2 Chronicles 20:21-22, when Jehoshaphat and his army faced a great multitude, they appointed singers to go before the army praising God. The enemy armies became confused and turned against each other, resulting in a victory for Jehoshaphat.

4. Hezekiah – in 2 Chronicles 29:27-28, Hezekiah restored the worship of God in the temple, and as they praised and worshipped, God granted them healing, protection, and deliverance from their enemies.

5. Josiah – in 2 Chronicles 34:30-31, Josiah celebrated the Passover with the people of Judah after rediscovering the Book of the Law. The nation experienced blessings and protection as they praised God and turned away from idolatry.


1. Brings us closer to God: 

2. Invokes God’s presence: When we praise and worship, God’s presence is manifested among us. The Bible says in Psalm 22:3 that God inhabits the praises of His people.

3. Releases spiritual breakthrough: Praise and worship have the power to break strongholds, tear down barriers, and release God’s power in situations that seem impossible.

4. Renews our strength: Through praise and worship, we find strength and renewal.

5. Shifts our focus: When we engage in praise and worship, our attention shifts from our problems to the greatness of God.

6. Brings healing and comfort: Praise and worship can bring healing and comfort to our wounded souls. It allows us to pour out our hearts to God and find solace in His presence.

7. Creates unity and fellowship: Praise and worship unite believers 

8. Increases faith: As we declare God’s goodness and faithfulness through praise and worship, our faith is strengthened.

9. Sets the atmosphere for miracles: Praise and worship create an atmosphere conducive to miracles. 

When we magnify God and exalt His name, we create an environment where God’s supernatural intervention can take place.

10. Releases joy and peace: Praise and worship ignite joy and peace within us, regardless of our circumstances.

 It replaces anxiety with peace and sadness with joy, as we focus on God’s love and faithfulness.


1 . It comes From a Heart of Gratitude. 

2. It comes from a heart filled with love without bitterness. 

3 . Singing Without Shame .

4 . Singing With Humility and Respect For God .

5 . Worship without pretence 

6 . Worship without Distractions/ a worship with a fixed heart on God .

7. Worship with a right attitude :  A life of disobedience makes our worship unacceptable,

8 . Worship with a prepared heart .

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1 thought on “THE POWER OF PRAISE ”

  1. Onyango k Nancy

    There’s power in praising God.
    Leads one to open prayers
    Straighten our ways
    May the Lord’s blessings be upon the writers and more anointing of God’s presence, protect,guidance/peace upon him and his family

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