When You Can Not Praise Him , There is Help

I tell you that, if these ( the disciples ) should hold their peace, the stones would immediately cry out.

Palm Sunday was a day of celebration and happiness, a kind of dress rehearsal for Easter.
Jesus came riding in on a donkey and everyone, well almost everyone was glad to see Him .
This was the greatest of all Jewish Feasts.
The jews was celebrating that God had freed them from Bondage.
Has God ever freed you from anything in your life?
If you answered yes, then you should stop reading now and give God praise; if you answered no then you should stop reading and give Him double praise.
God love to be praised, and thats how we get his attention. Because He knows that you appreciate what He is doing, and what He is going to do Tomorrow.
So when Jesus rides into our lives just like He rode into town 2000 years ago; we should give Him praise.
He said let everything that has breath praise the Lord.
your healing is in your praise,
your breakthrough is in your praise,
your child getting off of drugs is in your praise,
your peace of mind is in your praise,
your next love of your life is in your praise,
your debit being paid off is in your praise.
No praise won’t do all of this alone, but it is the key that starts the car, the key that open the door, it’s first base in base ball, it’s the ball in football, with out it you can not play the game.
With out praise nothing happens.
The text says if we do not Praise Him the stones will shout glory.
Thank God for the stones, because when you can’t praise Him or won’t praise Him, there is a Ram in the bush something to take your place; so that you can still start the process of getting your blessings.
Praise God while you can; please do not let the rocks cry out for you, and you are able to praise Him for yourself.
If your heart is heavy, or if you are mad with God at the time, He will still get His praise anyway; because God knows your heart and loves you.
If God can talk to the wind,calm the storm, make a donkey talk, He can have the stones praise Him.
Nothing is impossible for God.
Now the Pharisees told Jesus tell Them to be quiet, just because other people do not want to praise Him, please do not let others shut you up.
God is looking for your praise.


Chief Apostle Shelia Benjamin~Inusah

About Chief Apostle Shelia Benjamin~Inusah

About Apostle Shelia Benjamin~Inusah C.B. Helping Hands Ministries Founder/Overseer / Business owner / Nurse, Friend, Apostle Shelia Benjamin~Inusah, a small town country girl with a big heart. That big heart didn’t go unnoticed by God. At age 8; Apostle Shelia made the most important decision of her life. She decided to follow Christ. It wasn’t long before she heard the calling of God upon her life to reach the lost at any cost. To touch lives, one person at a time. By age 15 she was actively ministering to many in her community. From the young to the elderly, and even the dying; she has made it a priority to care for the souls of those in need. Today Apostle Shelia leads the C.B. Helping Hands Ministries team on a greater call. A call to reach the lost not just in our community but also around the world. C.B. Helping Hands Ministries and Apostle Shelia have become the vessel that God is using to bridge the gap between generations and touch the hearts of a lost, and dying world. Daily she ministers to the homeless, battered women, suicidal people and at risk youth among others. As a John Maxwell certified coach, and speaker she travels the world adding value to others. She is dedicated to sharing the good news of Jesus Christ and helping others see their true potential. With a never quit attitude and unwavering faith, she has been able to build C.B. Helping Hands Ministries and testify of God’s provisions and unfailing love. Making sure to always give God the honor and praise. She motivates young adults like none other. She has become a renown inspirational speaker like none other. She is real, she is alive, she is on fire and excited about transforming, and adding value to others.. She is new, real, and a breath of fresh air. Called, and anointed for such a time as this.
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