Praise the LORD

Which is the English translation of a common expression that comes from the Hebrew, Greek and Vulgate Latin for – hallelujah.

I know I have talked about this before, and rightly so, because in order to be prosperous in this world, my soul needs to connect with praise to Jesus, the Lord of the world, who has created it and upholds it; the Lord of lords, David‘s Lord; and the Lord of all His people, by creation, redemption, and grace; and from whom we receive all blessings and mercies, temporal and spiritual, and are therefore under the highest acts of service and love to praise Him.

I keep sharing this with you as my own expression of my time in prayer.  I do not ask you to do something I do not already do myself.  This has been an expression I have talked about already at least four times this year.  I know that praising the Lord sounds like a simple act to do, but we all know it is not or we would be doing it more.

This is an encouragement to you, that even when your heart is cold, your soul has a flame and that flame wants to praise the Lord – let it!

As it does for me, it will do to you – the flame will blossom, the Holy Spirit will fill you, your heart will warm to the things of God, and everything will be right again in the world.

So we start with our  tongue, mouth, and lips – then engage with our soul and our heart, and begin to sing a new song will all of our being and we worship HIm and He accepts this offering of love and fills us with His love for the work we need to do today.

Today is only an expression of eternity.

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12 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by lidia youanas on December 21, 2011 at 10:19 am

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    • Pastor Bill, as you have asked for our prayer requests, allow me to pray God’s blessings on you for 2012. Be filled with God, always appreciate the life and the lives He has given to us to offer back to Him and may He rule your heart always and give you the wisdom to do complete the tasks He has for you to do. Blessings


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