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Rejoice With All Your Heart


The word rejoice is a combination of two words 're' and 'joice.'

‘Re’ is used to show that what follows is being done over again.

‘Joice’ is from the word joy which means have a heart full of delight, elation and gladness.


Zephaniah 3:14 Shout for joy, O Daughter of Zion! Shout in triumph, O Israel! Rejoice, be in high spirits and glory with all your heart, O Daughter of Jerusalem [in that day]!

In this scripture we are encouraged to rejoice and be in high spirits and glory with ALL OUR HEART. We are to be joyful again today, right now. Even if you were joyful yesterday, be joyful again this very moment.




Now you might ask, why should I rejoice?

What do I have to rejoice about?

Verse 15 tells us the reason why:

Zephaniah 3:15 The Lord has taken away the judgments against you;

Wow! What a declaration!!

Say it with me - The Lord himself has taken away the judgements against me.


Oh, please get up and REJOICE, sing and dance.

It’s time to be joyful and grateful for all that The Lord has done for you and all that The Lord has prepared for you in the future.


Wipe away your tears, lay aside your disappointments, forget the past mistakes rejoice rejoice rejoice with all your heart.

Rejoice and give genuine praise and worship for your liberation and deliverance from all the works of the enemy.

Be glad for the mighty miracles and great wonders you have experienced.

Do not let any heaviness or despair weigh you down, you are victorious, you are acquitted and free in Jesus Name.


You are victorious, rejoice again!




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