David pens this amazing Psalm, see what he wrote, and I will say, it is as relevant to us today as it was to David when he wrote this Psalm. “Hallelujah! Praise the Lord! Praise God in His holy sanctuary! Praise Him in His stronghold in the sky! Praise Him for His miracles of might! Praise Him for His magnificent greatness! Praise Him with the trumpets blasting! Praise Him with piano and guitar! Praise Him with drums and dancing! Praise Him with the loud, resounding clash of cymbals! Praise Him with every instrument you can find! Let everyone everywhere join in the crescendo of ecstatic praise to Yahweh! Hallelujah! Praise the Lord!” Read Psalm 150:1-6 (TPT).
“All worship is an intelligent and loving response to the revelation of God because it is the adoration of His name.” John Stott. Our praise and worship must stem from a place of understanding who God is, the power in His Word, the inerrancy of Scripture and who we are in Christ – our identity is in Christ; as this gives us boldness to worship God in spite of.
As I continue to write and meditate, this song is flowing in my heart, “Great is Thy faithfulness!” “Great is Thy faithfulness!” Morning by morning new mercies I see; All I have needed Thy hand hath provided— “Great is Thy faithfulness,” Lord, unto me!” Beloved, God is faithful, and He will never fail you. Watch, it is a new horizon and I am set on the Lord, for He is my God, He is my Lord, He is my Rock, He is my shield, He is my all in all.
My soul magnifies the Lord, and my spirit praise His name, even death could not hold Him captive, even in the grave, Jesus is Lord. Hey, songs of praise are just flowing, here is another one, “Lift Him up higher, the Lord is good, I will lift Him up higher, everywhere I go, I will lift Him up higher.
“Christ in me, the hope of glory.” Christ is my living hope, Christ is my rock and shield, Christ in me! Hallelujah, glory to God. Beloved, you keep praising God like this every day, there is no way your countenance won’t change. God is infinitely good. “For the Lord is good and His mercies endure forever.”
Praise Ye the Lord!
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