Singing a New Song I Daily Walk Devotion

When you go through a significant change, it produces a profound impact on almost every area of your life. That change often changes your outlook on life and causes you to speak and act differently. Society calls it “Singing a different tune.” When you let Jesus into your heart, and he comes and cleans house and fills it with His Spirit, you start singing a new song. All those old things are in the past, and new life has sprung forth.

‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭12:2

“Indeed, God is my salvation; I will trust him and not be afraid, for the Lord, the Lord himself, is my strength and my song. He has become my salvation.”

Sing of Your Salvation

Isaiah chapter twelve is a short song that God gave to the people. God wanted to be the strength and song for the Israelites. Isaiah recognized that. Sometimes singing it in a song can help people remember better. That is the case here where Isaiah declares God is his salvation and the source of his strength. Because of this, Isaiah will sing about his trust. Do you have the song of salvation in your heart? Are His praises continually on your lips?

Face Your Fears

Notice Isaiah’s confidence. He is putting his trust in the Lord and refuses to succumb to fear. There are a lot of Christians that are paralyzed with fear. Want to know how to be set free? Start by singing a new song. I know songs from your generation are almost as good as the ’80s, but you need to put those away and sing unto the Lord. Many old and new worship songs take your eyes off of our problems and place your heart on the Lord.

Singing a New Song

When you start singing a new song, you will find the strength you never knew you had. The longer you sing that song, you will find that the fear starts to dissipate, and your trust will begin to grow. Open your heart and let Jesus reign and let your lips be full of His praise.

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