It’s truly amazing how praise can lift us up out of pit of despair or loneliness or frustration or fear. It puts us back into the right perspective on life–that it’s not about us and it’s all about Him. It takes the focus off of our problems and puts it back on “The Greatest Problem Solver of All Times.” Praise puts a spring in our step and a song in our hearts to the One who paid it all–for us. So let’s do it today, and everyday, for the rest of our lives until we finally get to see Him face-to-face. Yes!!! (See reblogged post below.) ~Sara’s Musings @ WordPress.com
God’s glory is revealed in the praises of His people. When we lift our voices of praise to God, He is honored, and we are blessed.
However, God’s blessings are not always material in nature. The richest people are those who have developed an intimate relationship with the Savior through personal prayer and praise.
Praise was a hallmark of David’s life. As a young man, he learned to worship God through songs of praise that expressed his deep devotion to the Lord. While his brothers may have enjoyed the comforts of home, David was confined to tending to the family’s sheep. But it was there, in a lonely pasture, that David wrote his greatest songs of praise to the Lord.
King David wrote:
Where can I go from your Spirit? Where can I flee from your presence? If I go up to the heavens, you are there; if I make…
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