Monday, June 11, 2012

Have you praised the Lord today?

“Praise ye the Lord!” Psalm 146:1 (first verse)
“Praise ye the Lord!” Psalm 146:10 (last verse)
“Praise ye the Lord!” Psalm 147:1 (first verse)
“Praise ye the Lord!” Psalm 147:20 (last verse)
“Praise ye the Lord!” Psalm 148:1 (first verse)
“Praise ye the Lord!” Psalm 148:14 (last verse)
“Praise ye the Lord!” Psalm 149:1 (first verse)
“Praise ye the Lord!” Psalm 149:9 (last verse)
“Praise ye the Lord!” Psalm 150:1 (first verse)
“Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Praise ye the Lord!” Psalm 150:6 (last verse)

Have you praised the Lord today?

For his goodness?
His mercy?
His love?
His favor?
His direction?
His correction?
His Word?
His Son?
His comfort?
His breath?
His Holy Spirit?
His sacrifice?

Praise ye the Lord!

For what do you praise the Lord today? Please share with other readers in the comments below.


(Thanks to Evangelist Marshall Smart and my husband for the inspiration for this post.)

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  1. Great reminder today, Meghan. We don't always know the reasons why things happen but we do know that we praise Him in every situation. There's blessings in everything!

    1. You're right, Miranda. It's not easy to praise Him when life isn't easy and wonderful, but we still need to. (Come to think of it, is life ever easy and wonderful?) Thanks for stopping by!

  2. I love that thought! It was so good to be with you at camp for a bit. Wish we had found more time to talk. You have a wonderful family, and a definite gift for godly writing, my friend!

    1. Angie, your services were wonderful! I think we're only an hour apart. Maybe we can still get together sometime. Thanks for commenting...and I'm hopping over to your blog now!


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