What a privilege we have been given to sing, praise, and make music before the Lord. He delights in our praise, whether in word or song. Do we remember to freely praise Him? If all of nature honors Him, why would we withhold our praise?
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A little while later, as I was cooking dinner, I discovered a small pool of green liquid along the side of the burner of my gas stove. As I shifted pots and took a closer look, I realized a green crayon had melted around and underneath the burner. I uttered my second quick panic prayer: “Lord, please don’t let our house go up in flames!” (Disclaimer: strange things happen in the kitchen when you live with a three-year-old.)
From the beginning of history, God has shown Himself to be a generous God. But how do our gifts to God stack up against His kindness to us? How does our generosity measure up, when compared to all He does for us?
My 3 year old great-nephew filled the house with lots of noise, running and jumping, calling out to various family members, drumming with chop sticks on an old pie plate. But the best was hearing him sing. He sang Go Tell It on the Mountain in church on Christmas Eve.
God knows our hearts, and He wants our thoughts, actions and words to align with our faith in Him. Each time we open our mouths, we have an opportunity to speak in a way that is glorifying to Him. Now that we have opened with such lofty goals, let’s get down to the nitty gritty. […]
In this series we introduce the topic of using God’s word in everyday life, and some practical ways we can do that. We talk a little bit about the importance of memorizing scripture and some memory maximizing tips. Remember, God honors when we work to hear Him and understand Him better. Jeremiah 33:3 says “Call to me […]