Put Your Hands Up

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Putting your hands up can mean one of these two things: either you’re surrendering or you’re celebrating.

In today’s sermon, Pastor Brian from Hillsong said that despite the current circumstances and all the limitations we should see opportunity. We should put our hands up and surrender in Jesus.

But not forever, as we seize our opportunities. As with the way Moses supported Joshua by putting his hands up holding the staff, Joshua was winning!

In the end, we will putting our hands up, celebrating our win in God.

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