Victory in Praise Exercise

Do you want victory? 

Practice this simple exercise each day, if you would like to have victory in Christ. God gives us peace that surpasses all understand – logic and reasoning. We must tap into the wisdom of the Lord by getting His attention daily. This exercise will help you to begin praising God. Are you ready?

{{— Begin Exercise —}}

Hold up your left hand to the Lord.

With the right hand, use your forefinger to touch each finger on your left hand twice, and say, “Praise the Lord!” ten times.

{{— End Exercise —}}

That’s it, and very easy for beginners.


For Novice Praisers: Try praying (or praying in your spiritual language; speaking in tongues) between each set of ten, “Praise the Lord!”

For Advance Praisers: Try praying (or praying in your spiritual language; speaking in tongues) between two set of ten, “Praise the Lord!” then give God an unexpected praise dance between each set. For example [this is one set], 10 Praise the Lord, Pray, Dance, 10 Praise the Lord, Pray,and then repeat.

Use this victory tip as a guide for great depth of heartfelt praise toward the living God. Daily communication with this exercise will get you to discern and sense His presence without questioning – Is this God? – in your vocabulary. You will know if he is there with you. So stop the doubting, and start praising!

God is looking for his worshippers (John 4:23), so start this exercise until you can do acts of worship on your own.

Share your thoughts about this article below. It will encourage others in the Lord, plus I would love to read it. Thanks for your cooperation.

Until next time, continue to be blessed and Praise the Lord!

Suggested Reading: Worship Through The Worry by Zena Stewart


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