After these things I heard something like a loud voice of a great multitude in heaven, saying, “Hallelujah! Salvation, power, and glory belong to our God: - Revelation 19:1
It's dignifying to be in the count of singers who make joyful noise to the Lord. You cannot live a static life if you make the statistics of those who continuously express gratitude to God in spirit and in truth. The Bible says that when the redeemed of the Lord praise Him, the earth would bring forth its increase (Psalm 67). And the more you heap the songs of hallelujah on God, the greater your harvest of miracles.
Hallelujah means "God be praised". It is the song that would be sung at the HOLY MATRIMONY OF THE LORD AND HIS BRIDE in heaven (Revelation 19). So, anyone who is yet to be a bride of Christ, the Chief Bridegroom, has no citizenship nor room in heaven. God doesn't roll out the red carpet for sinners in heaven; they aren't treated to a dignifying reception, because their lot is in the lake of fire. Hence, if you want to be in the count of singers who would heap songs of hallelujah on God, you need to disconnect yourself from worldliness and make your life count for God's use.
Another reason why you need to heap the song of hallelujah on God is because He does not HOLD BACK HIS GOODNESS from His people. If God were to be tightfisted, the just and unjust would have groaned and perished in poverty. But the Bible says that God would not withhold anything good from the righteous (Psalm 84:11). So if you are on the Lord's side, poverty and lack cannot dictate the course of your life. That's why you need to heap the praise of hallelujah on God, for His generous heart of gold. Finally, because our God is the LORD OF HOST, you have reasons to shout hallelujah to Him, because He is more than able to give you victory over every battle of your life. I pray the songs of hallelujah would never cease in your mouth in Jesus name.
PLEASE JOIN US TODAY AT THE REDEMPTION CAMP FOR A LIFE CHANGING NIGHT OF WORSHIP, AS WE SING AND SHOUT HALLELUJAH TO GOD. God bless you!