I have a reason to Praise the Lord in my life I have a reason to Praise the Lord in my life, I have a reason to Praise the Lord. I have many reasons to worship the Lord, o yea! I have a reason to Praise the Lord.// I will exalt You Lord, for Thou has lifted me above my enemies, Your banner over me is love, I will exalt You Jesus!
Our Father in heaven we glorify Your Holy Name, we bow down before Thee. Thank You Lord for watching over us and a beautiful morning we have Lord! Glory honour, adoration belongs to You alone in Jesus Name. Blessed Redeemer, we adore You, we give You Praise, we worship You for Who You are. Thank You Lord, we cannot thank You enough because You are Ageless, Changeless, Almighty is Your Name. Thank You, Thank You forever more.
Beloved, how are doing today, hope you enjoying yourself in the Presence of the Lord? Righteousness, peace, Joy in the Holy Ghost, Righteousness, peace, Joy in the Holy Ghost, that’s is the kingdom of God 2x. Don’t you wanna be part of the Kingdom, don’t you wanna be part of the kingdom, don’t you wanna be part of the kingdom, come on, come on everybody.
Yea, our Lord is good; all the time. Great is the Lord and He is greatly to be Praise. Arise let us worship God in His holiness. A lot of us worship God in ignorance, but today through the help of the Spirit of God we will have a clear perspective of what “True Worship is.” And my prayer is that going forward, we will be renew daily as we come before God. We not use vain babbling when praying rather we must worship God with good understanding of who He is and what He required of us.
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A Clear Perspective
Proclaim Yahweh’s greatness with me; let us exalt His name together.—Psalm 34:3
Honoring God’s Name does not mean having some kind of fetish about pronouncing the word “God” in hushed or reverential tones. It is rather honoring all that God is, His qualities, character, and attributes—all the things embodied in His Name. When the psalmist said: “The nations will fear the name of Yahweh” (Ps 102:15), did this mean they feared the letters in the word “Yahweh”? No, they feared the Lord God Himself.
At the risk of over-simplifying the opening clauses of the Lord’s Prayer, what Jesus is teaching us is to come before the Father with this attitude: “Our Father, who cares for us with true tenderness, and who has in heaven the supplies to meet our every need; may Your attributes, Your nature, Your character, Your reputation, Your person, Your whole being itself be honored.” Before we start asking for what we want from God, we need to have the right perspective of God.
I have just been reading some words of Gregory of Nyssa, who prayed:
May I become through Thy help blameless, just, and holy. May I abstain from every evil, speak the truth, and do justly. May I walk in the straight paths, sing with temperance adorned with incorruption, beautiful through wisdom and prudence. May I meditate upon the things that are above and despise what is earthly, for a man can hallow God’s Name in no other way than by reflecting His character and bear witness to the fact that divine power is the cause of his goodness.
Gracious Father, I see that if I am to become effective in prayer, then I must get all my values straight. Thank You for giving me a clear pattern to follow and for reminding me that when I honor Your Name, You will honor mine. Thank You, Father. Amen.
What is the beginning of wisdom?
What does it mean to fear the Lord?
Beloved, did you just read what I underline above? You can agree with the author that there is no better way to adorn God except through “reflecting.”
May God give us the enablement in Jesus Name. Help us to get our values straight in Jesus Name. Arise O God! and be our Helper in Jesus Name.
Remain blessed in the Lord.