A Daily Word - October 2

October 2

You have taught children and nursing infants to give you praise.  They silence your enemies who were seeking revenge. - Psalm 8:2 NLT

My childhood home was in a small town, but sandwiched close to other houses. The next door neighbor has 26 dogs. At night they would howl like packs of banshees. During World War 2, my dad worked two shifts, and needed sleep. One night he could stand the howling no longer, and went out to our car and laid down on the horn. He told the neighbor he would stop the blare when the dogs ceased their barking. When God’s people lift up the joyful noise of praise and worship, the powers of darkness are silenced. Praising God mutes the enemy.

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