Name of God to proclaim and focus your worship to: El Haggo’el (hag·gō·’êl ) The Redeemer
It is in the book of Job we see this name proclaimed. In 19:25 Job says “But as for me, I know that my Redeemer lives, and he will stand upon the earth at last” If Job could proclaim it so should we.
The Hebrew word for “redeemer” has the verb “gā’al” which means to “buy back something that was lost.” The English word has a similar meaning: to rescue from captivity or bondage”. Which is exactly what Jesus has accomplished for us.
We are all in “captivity” in one way or another. Not only can you be captive to sin before it is confessed but also to experiences you hold as memories that haunt you. That is, until you allow El Haggo’el to reveal His truth and “redeem” you from its hold on your life.
Scripture Promise to claim: Psalm 34:22 “But the LORD will redeem those who serve him. No one who takes refuge in him will be condemned.”
Read the promise above; meditate on the fact that God is your Redeemer and wants to redeem all the areas of your life. Ask God to reveal any memories that he wants to heal and redeem today.
Listen and journal a prayer of response. Pray for those God puts on your heart that so badly need redemption in this world full of captivity.
Song to worship with: https://youtu.be/vSyLqbP8Z4I