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Ready to do something powerful? Do it together!

Oh, magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt His Name together! Psalm 34:3, NKJV

Ready to do something powerful? Do it together!

The Bible has a lot to say about the power of together. Jesus said where two or more are gathered in His Name, He is there. Concerning prayer, Jesus said when two or more on earth agree as touching anything—they shall ask, and it will be done by our Father in heaven. The writer of Ecclesiastes said two are better than one and a threefold cord is not easily broken. Isaiah said one can put a thousand to flight, but two can put ten thousand to flight. The psalmist said we could and should magnify the Lord and exalt His Name together!

There is something about gathering, praying, serving, being, having dominion and exalting Jesus, together!

Be encouraged this year to work together with others in new, powerful, fulfilling and fruitful ways!

If you are single—find other like-minded, faith-filled believers and make sure you are doing things in God—together. God never created us to be an island unto ourselves. He said, “It is not good for man to be alone.” In fact, the Lord promises to set the solitary—singles—in families for the purpose of mutually helping one another and doing kingdom business, together. If you are single, trust the Lord for divine connections; find a church or campus group and get plugged into seeking and serving God together.

If you are married—why not work together with your spouse this year, like never before to exalt and magnify the Lord. There is something about a husband/wife team working together to have a Christ-centered marriage, to raise godly kids, to serve the Lord and to exalt Him in all that they are and all that they do. We've seen the power of serving God together in our own lives. Jeff and I have served the Lord side-by-side for the past 25 years; while there have been a few challenges along the way, the joy of doing it together far outweighs any difficulties. If you are married, talk to your spouse and complement one another—rather than compete—and serve the Lord together.

If you are a husband and wife in ministry—you are each others greatest asset. God joined you together for a divine purpose and that purpose won’t be completely fulfilled if you are not working together. You each have unique, God-given strengths, bents and gifts—you will maximize your life and ministry if you find a way to use all of those things and magnify His Name together!

Wives—respect, esteem and work together with your husband. Pull the best out of him by adapting to his style and using your gifts to make him better. Don’t compete; rather, complement him by discovering his gifts and preferences and navigate the best way to work together with him.

Husbands—honor, value and pull all the gifts out of your wife. Give her a place in your life and ministry. There is no doubt the Lord has fashioned her just for you and if you able to celebrate her gifts—without being threatened or jealous of them—she will be your biggest asset and cheerleader!

Together, your gifts can be maximized for His purpose!

Today, whether we are single, married or in ministry—let us exalt His Name together!

Singles, say It: "Father, I thank You that You did not create me to be alone or an island unto myself. I ask You for divine connections this year so that I can exalt Your Name together! In Jesus' Name. Amen."

Marrieds, say It: “Father, I thank You for my spouse. You have joined us together for Your purposes. Help us to bring the best out of each other, to maximize our lives and ministries and to exalt Your Name together! In Jesus’ Name. Amen.

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