At the point when he had counseled with the individuals, he delegated vocalists to sing to the Master and acclaim Him in their heavenly [priestly] pieces of clothing as they went out before the military, saying, Express appreciation to the Ruler, for His benevolence and lovingkindness suffer until the end of time!
2 Chronicles 20:21
Acclaim goes before triumph!
You can see a realistic case of that in 2 Accounts 20. There, the Book of scriptures discloses to us that a huge number of powers was walking against Israel. The military of Israel was so dwarfed, they actually didn’t have the foggiest idea what to do. So they fasted and asked until they got a word from God. “Be not apprehensive or disheartened at this incredible huge number; for the fight isn’t yours, yet God’s” (2 Narrative 20:15, The Enhanced Book of scriptures).
Do you know what they did in light of that word? They set up an applause ensemble! It’s hard to believe, but it’s true. They designated vocalists and praisers and sent them out before the military! What’s more, when that ensemble started to sing, the Word reveals to us that “the Ruler set ambushments against the men… who had come against Judah, and they were [self-]slaughtered” (refrain 22).
At the point when it was all finished, not one Israelite had fallen—and not one of their foes had gotten away. Also, when they came to take the ruin, they found such a large number of cows, merchandise, articles of clothing and different valuable things, it took them three entire days to pull everything home.
Presently, that is triumph! What’s more, everything started with acclaim.
It is safe to say that you are searching for that sort of triumph today? At that point stand up and yell, “Wonder!” All things considered, you’re in a similar circumstance those Israelites were in. You have a military walking against you, yet Jesus has just crushed it. He won that fight for you on Restoration morning.
All that is left for you to do is trust Him and start to adulate. Sound out those gestures of recognition today. Talk them, sing them, proclaim them even with your adversary. When he hears them, he’ll realize he doesn’t stand an opportunity.