Hallelujah!, by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi
TEXT: Joshua 6 vs 1-2,16 and 20. 2Chronicles20vs2-22.Acts16 vs 16-40.
HALLELUYAH is an expression of worship or rejoicing. Hallel in the Hebrew means a joyous praise in song, to boast in God.
JAH or YAH is the abbreviation of JAHOVAH OR YAHWEH which are the names of God.
Consequently, HALLELUJAH will simply mean an act of praise and worship to God.
The shout of Hallelujah is known to always do the unimaginable both in the Bible and in this present dispensation, it has never known to have lost its potency as it were.
The shout of Hallelujah brought down the insurmountable walls of Jericho in Joshua chapter 6, that was quite miraculous and supernatural.
The shout of Hallelujah wins the battle of Jehoshaphat that his enemies and the enemies of God help to destroy themselves, and even there was great transfer of wealth, that the Bible said that they were in gathering of the spoil for three days what a formidable God we serve.2 Chronicles 20.
The shout of Hallelujah, make the earth to quake, swung the prison doors open, broke chains, set prisoners loose and brought about deliverance of all kinds, and even salvation of souls. Acts 16 vs16-40.
As you begin and continue to shout Hallelujah, I am sure all the walls of Sadness, Worries, Lack, Death, Fear, Sickness, Anxiety, Pain, Sin, Oppression, Depression, Rejection etc will be broken and will all fall down flat before you in Jesus mighty name. Amen
I have this to say, God cannot ignore/resist the praise of His children. Psalm 22 vs 3. Once God is present in your situation, I will advise you to take your rest as He will see to it that we got more than we can ever imagine, Jeremiah 29 vs 11. and His one favour put you at an advantage far more than all your years of labour, as by strength shall no man prevail.1Samuel 2 vs 9b.
Also it is revealed to me that satan cannot withstand the Hallelujah shouted by a child of God.
Therefore just by shouting Hallelujah you are bringing down God and at the same time satan is taking cover and fleeing away. What a simple word with dynamic power embedded in it.
So somebody shout Hallelujah!
The sermon, Hallelujah!, by Pastor Victor Olobaniyi was delivered on May 7, 2017.