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7 Keys To Purpose I Week 2: Praise

Updated: Jun 17, 2021

Welcome to the 7 Keys to Purpose blog series. This post will cover week 2 out of a 6-week series. In case you missed it, last week we dived into how to use prayer to activate your purpose. Below you will find the 7 Keys and a summary of each week's topic. Week 2 is all about praise, so let's get started with this God-given key.

Key 2: Praise

You can use praise to activate your faith even through the storm. During praise your purpose will overflow.

God has given us a powerful key to unlock purpose. This key is praise. If only we would use praise throughout our daily lives. I define praise as thanksgiving and worship going forth that invites God's presence. You can evoke God's presence anywhere at any time. Praise is an overflow of adoration and gratitude for who God is. Below I will share some ways you can praise God. The Word states that God inhabits the praises of his people Psalms 22:3. When we praise we unlock purpose.

Type of Ways to Praise (Tips)

1. Praise for Victories You Have Experienced

Gratitude is a form of praise you can use. Being able to praise God for the current blessings in your life. If you have experienced any victories in your life, nothing is too small or too big to come to God with thanksgiving. Just simply stating things around your home that you are grateful for can evoke the presence of God and lead you into deeper levels of worship. Most likely God has brought you through something to receive the current victory or blessing you are standing in.

2. Praise for Victories to Come

Praise God for what you are believing him for by faith. Faith is the substance of things hoped for the evidence of things not seen Hebrews 11:1. As children of God, we are expected to live with faith, Hebrews 11:6. For we walk by faith not by sight 2 Corinthians 5:7. Therefore you can praise God for the victories that are yet to come into your life. This posture of faith comes from knowing that God can do all things and is not limited by your current circumstances.

3. Praise for What You Have Overcome