Sing like a bird

I woke up this morning inspired by the melodies of lively birds. Although they did not have their day figured out, they still sang with ardour and adamancy.

They had no inkling where food will come from: They still sang soundly.

They did not know where water will come from: They sang anyway.

They did not know if they will survive the schemes of a prowling predator. I wonder whether they gave it any thought. But they still sang.

Stop trying to figure out everything

We do not need to have the future figured out to start singing unto God.
We do not need to have a strategy on how to get our today’s bread to start praising God.
We do not have to devise means on how to defeat the Father of lies. He is already beaten.
We do not need to have everything figured out to start shouting in honour of His Name.
Come on, guys! We can start singing right now, even when we do not know what the future holds (Because we know He holds the future, And life is worth the living, Just because He lives!). We can worship Him not for what He has done, what He is doing, what He will do, but for who He is.
That is faith. Against all hope, Abraham in hope believed and so became the father of many nations.
When you exalt the altar of Jesus, all the other altars are silenced. Your shout to Jesus deafens every offbeat voice in your life.
When you raise the altar of Jesus, then He will send fire from Heaven like in the Days of Elijah. These are the Days of Elijah.

Declaring the word of the Lord, yeah
And these are the days of Your servant, Moses
Righteousness being restored.
Prepare ye the way of the Lord by praising Him.
Raise His banner, because He has conquered the grave

When His banner is raised, every other flag of negativism becomes invalidated. You can tell Satan, ‘Your banner is out of date. There is a new Banner: The Banner of Jesus. It is dyed in His blood. It is soaked in His blood. It speaks better things than the blood of animals and men.”
The birds have it in their system. We can make it our system; our lifestyle. Even up to that day.

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