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Praise the Lord

Message in the picture: “Praise him for his mighty acts: praise him according to his excellent greatness.” Psalms 150:2 (KJV)

Scripture for the day:

Psalms 66:1-9 (BBE) {To the chief music-maker. A Song. A Psalm.} Send up a glad cry to God, all the earth: 2 Make a song in honour of his name: give praise and glory to him. 3 Say to God, How greatly to be feared are your works! because of your great power your haters are forced to put themselves under your feet. 4 Let all the earth give you worship, and make songs to you; let them make songs to your name. Selah.
5 Come and see the works of God: he is to be feared in all he does to the children of men. 6 The sea was turned into dry land: they went through the river on foot: there did we have joy in him. 7 He is ruling in power for ever; his eyes are watching the nations: may his haters have no strength against him. Selah.
8 Give blessings to our God, O you peoples, let the voice of his praise be loud; 9 Because he gives us life, and has not let our feet be moved.

Thought for the day:

IMPORTANT: You do not want to miss the first “Truth Alert”—a revelation of the word ‘hallelujah’.

To praise the Lord is to express thanks specifying His superior qualities, actions and abilities. Praise is an act or a form of worship—giving respectful honor and applause. To praise the Lord is to admire Him in song—psalms or hymns—and actions. Be blessed—Tim.


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 Question for ‘praise the Lord':

Are you praising the Lord?


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