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The Day I Raised My Hands Up

A Worship Devotional
Narrated by: Kevin F Spalding
Length: 22 mins
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What's the most important thing in life? It's fellowship with the Father. The major solution to stress is worship; you have to raise your hands up when faced with difficult situations. You must look beyond your problems and acknowledge that you are a son or daughter of a Father, God in heaven, who cares for you and who knows how to make you come out of that situation.

In this little worship devotional, Tarupiwa helps you, the listener, to pray and worship as he shares his own personal testimonies of how he raised his hands up and worshipped when he was faced with hard situations. God wants to show his glory through you, so find time to devote yourself to prayer and worship through this devotional, and see your life take on a whole new meaning. Be blessed.

©2016 Tarupiwa Muzah (P)2016 Revival Waves of Glory Books & Publishing

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  • 11-02-18

The Day I Raised My Hand

Enjoyed it
the narrator was really good
very clear and understandable
great Devotional reading
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  • 02-08-17

Powerful Variation on a Statement

There are so many ways in which one can and ought to "[raise one's] hands up" to the Lord in worship, surrender and submission. This short devotional details several, presenting some powerful challenges to the reader to exercise their faith. Mr. Spalding narrates matter-of-factly and clearly through Mr. Muzah's writings.