He staggered not at the promise of God through unbelief; but was strong in faith, giving glory to God (Romans 4:20).
There’re two major ways of giving glory to God. The first one is to testify. And how do you testify? There’re three ways to testify; the first is by declaring what God did for you before the Lord Himself.
Secondly, you testify with your offering. Many don’t understand the power of the offering; it’s a testimony. When you give God your offering, it’s not a collection; it’s a sacred thing, holy unto the Lord. As you give it, you’re testifying and giving glory to Him in your life. Read about Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, David, and his son Solomon; they all gave offerings upon offerings in worship to God. From time to time, these patriarchs would worship with offerings.
The third way to testify is to tell others; make known to others that which the Lord has done in, with, and for you. Thus, you live your life before others every day, in faith,
and manifesting His righteousness. So, when people see you and say, “This fellow never gets discouraged no matter what happens. He always stands his ground on the Word. He must really trust in the Lord!” That’s a testimony. These three form the number one way of giving glory to God.
The second way of giving glory to God is by speaking or shouting “Glory!” This is revealed in Psalms 29:9 (NIV): “…And in his temple all cry, “Glory!” Did you notice it doesn’t say, “…every one should whisper Glory!” You can therefore imagine how Abraham must have lived; he was constantly shouting “Glory,” in spite of his precarious condition in the eyes of other men. We do that too a lot of times when we’re led by the Spirit to shout “Glory!”
It makes no difference where you are, or what you’re facing; irrespective of the daunting task or challenges, shout “Glory!” As you do, the Lord’s presence and power will be manifested in your situation!
Dear Father, I thank you for your kindness, faithfulness, and love. I thank you for the miracles you’ve wrought in my life, and the testimonies that abound. I’ll declare your mighty works and tell of your grace to all around me. Great are you, Lord, and greatly to be praised, now and forever, in Jesus’ Name. Amen.
Culled from Rhapsody of Realities.