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Thats Why We Praise Him


If we praise or worship a figure of our imagination, then it is not the true God from the Bible we are praising or worshiping. To get started, go to the book of Psalms. You will find many beautiful songs and prayers of praise and worship there.




Thats Why We Praise Him


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Make sure to have a moment to connect to God on a deeper level during your quiet time. In your prayers, praise God for who He is and what He has done, and let it lead you to worship Him, to surrender your life to Him, and to acknowledge Him as your Lord. Include prayers of praise and worship in your daily life, for the Lord is worthy of our praise.


When we pay attention to what we have instead of what we lost or what we wish we had, we realize how God has taken care of us during the hard times and the good times as well. So, make a daily inventory of your life during your prayer time, be thankful, praise and worship your Heavenly Father for everything He has done.


When we talk about praise and worship, most Christians often think about worship music. They picture the church building, the worship leader, the band with stringed instruments, and the whole congregation ready to sing praises to the Lord. Then comes the first notes from a jubilant song, and soon everyone is worshiping the Lord God Almighty with their hands raised high.


This is indeed a powerful way to praise and worship the Holy God. Corporate worship is important for our Christian life. But keep in mind that you can worship through music privately too. Use music in your quiet time, and let it help you connect with the Lord. So, turn up the volume and sing praises to our Good Father, raise high the name of the Lord Jesus, and exalt the Spirit of God!


So we need to be intentional and use our words wisely. First and foremost, our words need to bring glory to God (Colossians 3:17). Do your best to use your words to worship the Lord in every way, by saying words of praise to Him or by blessing other people with them in His Holy Name.


We also need to practice the habit of memorizing verses and portions of the Bible. Learning the Word of God and committing it to our memories helps us in many ways. That includes our moments of worship and our prayers of praise when we use those verses to adore the Almighty God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ.


Our memories of what the good Lord has done for us help us in our praise and worship of God. If we let the good things He has done vanish from our memories, we fail to acknowledge His goodness and be grateful to Him.


But you can easily avoid that. Use a journal to record what the Lord has done in your life. Write about the events and what you felt. Write down your prayers and the answers you received. Then, use your journal while you read your devotionals. It will help you remember and inspire you to praise and worship the Lord.


God gave artistic gifts to some of us. It is only natural that we use those gifts to praise and worship Him. Think about creative ways to express who God is, what He has done for you, your gratitude towards Him, etc.


There are many ways to praise and worship the Lord. The list above presents several ideas that will help you approach God reverently and respectfully. Use those ideas to show your devotion and reverence to our beloved Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.


This has got to be the #1 reason God is worthy of our praise. He loves us so much, that He sent His Only Son to be the atoning sacrifice for our sins. Never mind all the time we spent ignoring Him, deliberately disobeying, etc. He STILL LOVES US! Who else do you know who could love all the inhabitants of planet earth so completely? Only God.


Throughout our day we have moments that we often forget to praise God. We forget that He is always with us and always protecting us. We do not always give him the praise that He deserves. Here are some things to do throughout the day to spend your time more intentionally with God.


It is easy to just say a quick meaningless prayer when you feel like it is something that you have to do. If you feel like prayer is an obligation, it will become a chore and will not be something you enjoy or truly mean. He wants to spend time with you and wants to hear from you, so pray intentionally and tell Him the things that you are going through and the things you are thankful for. He has given you life and is deserving of all praise.


As humans, we complain a lot. We complain about any small inconvenience and anything that gets in our way in the slightest. If you are more intentional and notice when you are complaining, take a second to stop and try to reverse that complaint and turn it into a praise, something that you are thankful for.


Praise is like light radiating from the sun. It conveys the idea of cheering, shouting, and clapping, like at the conclusion of a great concert. It often means to boast or brag about something someone has done. To praise is to extol enthusiastically the greatness of someone or something with words of excellence.


We are commanded to praise the Lord thirteen times in these six verses. Praising God is not an option; it is an obligation. It is both our delight and our duty. The greatest truth about God is that He is worthy of our praise, and the deepest truth about ourselves is that we have been created to praise Him.


Verses 4 and 5 of Psalm 150 describe the various musical instruments used in the temple worship by the Levitical priests. The meaning of the word psalm refers to a song of praise accompanied by a stringed instrument like a harp. Psalms are songs to praise God along with musical accompaniment.


Second, this praise includes stringed instruments. The psaltery was a portable instrument like a lute or guitar with ten strings (Ps. 33:2). The psalm also mentions a harp, like the instrument David played before Saul (1 Sam. 16:16, 23), as well as other stringed instruments (Ps. 150:4). The harp along with the pipe are the earliest instruments mentioned in Scripture.


We have so much to praise God for, there's great power in giving honor to Him. And many of you live that truth out, every single day of your lives. The Bible is filled with examples of praise when we see His power released - life-changing miracles, dramatic stories of the enemy being halted or defeated, hearts being changed and drawn closer to Him.


"But you are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, a peculiar people; that you should show forth the praises of him who has called you out of darkness into his marvelous light;" 1 Pet. 2:9


We praise you today with our hearts and songs, we praise you for your faithfulness, we praise you for your great power and love. We confess our need for you, our lives don't go so well when we just spin around on our own. We struggle and worry, get weary and worn. Yet you never leave us. Thank you for your presence. Thank you for your care over us, thank you that you breathe renewal right into our souls. We ask for your spirit to fill us, to draw us close to yourself, and to work your purposes through us, as we set our eyes on you.


To "live" the holy Mass means to pray continually, and to be convinced that, for each one of us, this is a personal meeting with God. We adore him, we praise him, we give thanks to him, we atone for our sins, we are purified, we experience a unity with Christ and with all Christians.We may have asked ourselves, at one time or another, how we can correspond to the greatness of God's love. We may have wanted to see a program for christian living clearly explained. The answer is easy, and it is within reach of all the faithful: to participate lovingly in the holy Mass, to learn to deepen our personal relationship with God in the sacrifice that summarises all that Christ asks of us.Let me remind you of what you have seen on so many occasions: the succession of prayers and actions as they unfold before our eyes at Mass. As we follow them, step by step, our Lord may show us aspects of our lives in which each one of us must improve, vices we must conquer, and the kind of brotherly attitude that we should develop with regard to all men.The priest draws near to the altar of God, "of God who gives joy to our youth." The holy Mass begins with a song of joy, because God is here. It is the joy that is shown, together with love and gratitude, as the priest kisses the altar, symbol of Christ and reminder of the saints — a small surface, sanctified because this is where the sacrament of infinite worth is made present to us.The Confiteor makes us aware of our unworthiness; not an abstract reminder of guilt, but the actual presence of our sins and weaknesses. This is why we repeat: Kyrie, eleison, Christe, eleison: Lord, have mercy, Christ, have mercy. If the forgiveness we need had to be won by our own merits, we would only be capable of a bitter sadness. But, because of God's goodness, forgiveness comes from his mercy, and we praise him — Gloria!: "for you alone are the holy one, you alone are Lord, you alone, O Jesus Christ, are the most high, with the Holy Spirit in the glory of God the Father."


Praise does not have to be in song or even spoken. We can praise God by bowing before Him or spending time in creation acknowledging and remembering that God created it all. Some people walk a prayer labyrinth as a form of praise or jot notes in a journal. And praise is not confined to people, either. Psalm 148 tells us the sun, moon, and stars praise God (verse 3), as do the angels, sea creatures, flying birds, and ocean depths (v. 2, 7, 10).


Just like how a mother would praise her son despite him having mediocre grades or placing last in a contest. This is how she expresses her love for him. She did not praise her son for what he has done. Rather, you will hear her praising him about his perseverance or his sportsmanship. She did not do this out of pride for his achievements but for who he is as a person.


We all have our own personal journey with God. Most of the time, our personal experience with him tells us way more about who he is than what others say about him. This is why we praise God for who he is, is a very personal and intimate affair. It should be done with all your heart in all your days and through all your deeds. 041b061a72


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