I’ve been a Christian for a long time. This life has included attending church, reading the bible, _F2I9880volunteering, sharing my God-story with others, praying, and the like.  But awhile back, I discovered something I hadn’t been doing but had suddenly become overcome with a desire to do: praise the Lord.  And not just a chorus in a church or a humming in the shower. I wanted to praise the Lord in my heart each day. In Psalm 150, the psalmist must have been feeling the same thing.  When you read this psalm, you just know that the psalmist had reached a point in his faith where he wanted to praise the Lord. Any kind of enjoyment we experience has a way of sponatanously overflowing into praise. And I enjoy God and He’s been good to me. And my praise is my way of letting Him know. If I could hug him, I would. If I could bow at his feet, I would. But these are not options on this side of the celestial ceiling. So I praise Him. It’s giving all my heart has, to all that He is, at the start of each day He gives me. Call me crazy. It wouldn’t be the first time. 😉

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