“I will bless the Lord at all times: His praise shall continually be in my mouth” – Psalm 34:1
The attitude of the heart is the heartbeat of praise. In other words, LaMar Boschman, a General of Praise & Worship, and the Founder of the Worship Institute, expresses it this way, “When I worship, I would rather my heart be without words than my words be without heart.” If you feel this way, it is alright. Get your attitude to align with your heart, and then you will see praise come forth. Without the inward attitude of the heart, you cannot praise God the way you should. All the art forms—singing, dancing, playing of musical instruments, etc.—cannot express your attitude of the heart, but can be used to help in the expression of your truth in worship. Just be genuine in your attitude of worship! God is looking for genuine people, giving their heart and soul, to Him freely in their expressions. A pure heart is nothing more than being real with God, and not pretending to honor and adore Him.
If you do not know how to praise the Lord, let’s pray:
Heavenly Father, I thank you on this day that I have the desire to praise and worship with a pure heart, as I sing this song to you. You will receive my praise as a sweet smelling savor and heard the sound of my heartbeat from now on; for this is what I was created to do—praise the Lord. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.
Do you remember the article called What is Praise? There it describes praise as giving honor in verbal or physical expression to God. He loves it. It is great joy to honor Him daily.
Are you ready to sing? Start by thinking about the first Christian song that comes to your mind. Sing the song without doubts or hesitation. Love the Lord Your God! He is listening.
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Until next time, continue to be blessed and Praise the Lord!
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All bible scripture are from the King James version, unless otherwise expressed.