Revelation 5:11-12

19/04/2015 21:14

The disciple of Jesus, John wrote the following words.....

And I beheld, and I heard the voice of many angels round about the Throne and the beasts and the elders; and the number of them was ten thousand times ten thousand, and thousands and thousands; saying with a loud voice, "Worthy is the Lamb that was slain to receive Power, and Riches and Wisdom and Strength, and Honour, and Glory and Blessing."  Revelation 5:11-12

Friend, John was given a private viewing of the Throne Room of God and he saw the Lamb of God (Jesus) with millions of beings loudly saying "Worthy is the Lamb that was slain."

Jesus was the worthy sacrifice.  All Heaven recognizes it and John tells us so we know who to believe.  God said Jesus was worthy.  In no other writings does it say anyone else was worthy to be the Sacrifice that was required by God to reconciliate the human race to God.

John shows us through his writing that this is the acceptable thing to praise Jesus for - His worthiness.  The angels praise Him for this very thing and it is acceptable to God.

As we praise Him we connect with the angels in Heaven and become one with the Heavenly realm during those times of worship and praise.

To praise Him is a gift for us, from God.  We gain so much in our spirit and soul.  Many times, healing of emotions and even the body can occur when we lose ourselves in praise.

Negativity and depression must flee when you praise Him.  They cannot stand in the midst of genuine praise.

Accept your lot and put aside anger at God for the condition of your life and know that He is God, He is Good, and that He is worthy to be praised.

Just say it.  "Lord, You are worthy to be praised. Worthy, worthy, worthy are you Lord God Almighty.  I stand with You as a believer and love Your Goodness and Power over all things.  Thank You for the Cross and Your Sacrifice for me to gain eternal Life with You. You are my King and I believe Your name is above all names.  Guide and direct me into a new and beautiful relationship with You so I may grow in spirit and my soul will be forever sealed to the Kingdom of Almighty Father.  Praise You Lord! King of Kings!"