Worship

 

For they overcame by the blood of the lamb and by the words of their testimony- Revelations 12:11

Bless the Lord,  oh my soul and all that is within me bless his holy name. With all that I am and all that I hope to be, I bless his holy name.
Praising God is what we have been created to do! It is a great sign of gratitude to God for who he is and all he has done.

1st Chronicles gives specific guidelines on the importance of our praises and everything must praise the most high.

Let the whole world sing to the Lord! Tell the good news every day about how he saves us. Tell all the nations how wonderful he is! Tell people everywhere about the amazing things he does. The Lord is great and worthy of praise. He is more awesome than any of the “gods.” All the “gods” in other nations are nothing but statues, but the Lord made the heavens! He lives in the presence of glory and honor. His Temple is a place of power and joy. Praise the Lord, all people of every nation; praise the Lord’S glory and power! Give the Lord praise worthy of his glory. Come into his presence with your offerings. Worship the Lord in all his holy beauty. Everyone on earth should tremble before him! But the world stands firm and cannot be moved. Let the heavens rejoice and the earth be happy! Let people everywhere say, “The Lord rules!” Let the sea and everything in it shout for joy! Let the fields and everything in them be happy! The trees of the forest will sing for joy when they see the Lord, because he is coming to rule the world. Give thanks to the Lord because he is good. His faithful love will last forever. Say to him, “Save us, God our Savior. Bring us back together, and save us from the other nations. Then we will give thanks to your holy name and joyfully praise you.”
1 Chronicles 16:23-35 ERV
The best thing to do in good or bad times is to praise because it confuses and defeats the enemy.
If you think of all that is going on in the world right now, God has kept us safe in spite of it all.

Praise the Lord! He did not let our enemies tear us apart. We escaped like a bird from the net of a hunter. The net broke, and we escaped! Our help came from the Lord, the one who made heaven and earth!
Psalms 124:6-8 ERV

Take a moment to pause and reflect on all the Lord has done for you. Grab a piece of paper and write the things God has done for you and on the other side write what the Lord has not yet done for you and just begin to exalt his name for both.

Spend at least 10 minutes just exalting his name. Declaring he is good. The miracle of sleeping and waking up. The gift of sanity. Eyes that can see, ears that can hear, legs that can walk. Family and spouses that are alive and well. The privilege of not burying your children. Just bless him!
BLESS THE LORD OH MY SOUL AND ALL THAT IS WITHIN ME BLESS HIS HOLY NAME!
BLESS THE LORD OH MY SOUL AND ALL THAT IS WITHIN ME BLESS HIS HOLY NAME!
BLESS THE LORD OH MY SOUL AND ALL THAT IS WITHIN ME BLESS HIS HOLY NAME!
Don’t stop blessing him. Sing to him a new song, a personal love song of appreciation. Insert in the lyrics all he has done for you.
In Jesus name we have worshipped. Amen!

Come, let us sing praise to the Lord! Let us shout praises to the Rock who saves us. Come and worship him with songs of thanks. Let us sing happy songs of praise to him. For the Lord is a great God, the great King ruling over all the other “gods.” The deepest caves and the highest mountains belong to him. The ocean is his—he created it. He made the dry land with his own hands. Come, let us bow down and worship him! Let us kneel before the Lord who made us. He is our God, and we are the people he cares for, his sheep that walk by his side. Listen to his voice today:
Psalms 95:1-7 ERV

I pray that the garment of praise that we have been endowed with not be ripped by the devil in Jesus name
May we not shed tears and may the world not ask us who or where our God is.
May his praise continue to proceed from our mouth and may we utter to him a continuous and flawless sacrifice of praise.
Temitope ojo

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