There is a very popular verse that talks about how to worship God. This is probably one of the most common verses in the scriptures. I am sure you must have heard it quoted by your Sunday school teacher from time to time.
What verse am I talking about?
It’s the last verse in the book of psalms.
Psalms 150:6 (KJV) Let every thing that hath breath praise the LORD. Praise ye the LORD.
“Praise the Lord” is one of the most used sentences in Christianity. Used both by those who know the meaning and those who don’t.
It is used every service day in churches, every other time during family devotion, and as often as one can remember.
We sometimes get so familiar that it no more makes meaning to us. Just like we can get familiar with our parents and teachers and miss out on what God has packaged inside them for our profiting.
One of the meanings of the word praise is to “worship”.
So the psalmist is telling us to worship God.
Psalms 150:6 (TPT) Let everyone everywhere join in the crescendo of ecstatic praise to Yahweh! Hallelujah! Praise the Lord!
I love that!
The crescendo of ecstatic praise!
Children, as long as you have breath, you are expected to worship God.
Your duty is to reverence him and pay homage to him.
Do not join the group of those who complain, murmur, and grumble, rather, give God quality worship.
Do you know God destroyed an entire generation because they murmured?
1 Cor 10:10 (ASV)Neither murmur ye, as some of them murmured, and perished by the destroyer
My children are worship beings. They spend time worshiping the father. Amen
Lord, teach my children the mystery behind worship. Let their worship be always acceptable before you.
Take out time to worship God today.
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