Devo Day 4: Can You Praise with a Pure Heart?

Being Real with God

“I will bless the Lord at all times: his praise shall continually be in my mouth.” – Psalm 34:1

King James Bible

Today is the day to get your attitude to align with your heart, then you will see praise come forth. Without the inward attitude of the heart, you cannot praise God the way you should. 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. Will you do this? Give God praise freely?

The decision is yours. Only you can change your attitude towards worshipping God. If you need some help, pray and ask the Holy Spirit for some guidance, then come back again continue the next day of coaching your way to genuine worship towards your Heavenly Father God. Please do not go toward in these devotional lessons without getting the clearance to do so from your inward witness. You will have peace in your heart when you do.

Let’s Pray:

I thank you for stirring up the gifts in me, and the desire to genuinely praise You from my heart. Freedom comes from Christ Jesus, and I have that ability to freely give honor and respect to You. Yes, I can bless you always for it gives You pleasure that I do it! As I bring this sacrifice of praise, Lord please honor it, because I have changed my attitude towards praising You on this day in Jesus Name.

Amen.

(These actions are between you and God only. Please don’t think by doing them will change your intent towards Him. Only a genuine actions are from truth. Remember that!)


Preview of the Up-coming Praise Exercises

This exercise is only attended to assist you in your worship experience, until you can do it on your own.

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Hold up your left hand to the Lord.
With the right hand, use your forefinger to touch each finger on the left hand twice, and say, “Praise the Lord” ten times.


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I give You my heart to serve and love more of You, Lord God


Note

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Pretending to Worship God, I will just be fooling myself only.


Praise the Lord, please share this with someone else to encourage them to worship God with all of their might.


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Summary: This is a surefire way to get your attitude to align up with the word of God. If you repeat this scripture a few times each day, you will remember to act by faith believing that God is a reward to those who diligently seek Him (Hebrews 11:6).

Seek God with all of your heart!

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Source: Page 22. Day 4 – Can you Praise with a Pure Heart? A Real Desire To Praise God. Shelena Griffiths. Publisher I Love Praise And Worship. April 21, 2018. ISBN: 978-1986336451. Total Print Length: 118 pages.

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