Dailies 2019

Dailies In His Word
February 2019
Oh come; let us sing to the Lord! Let us shout joyfully to the Rock of our salvationLet us come before His presence with thanksgiving;
let us shout joyfully to Him with psalms. For the Lord is the great God, and the great King above all gods. In His hand are the deep places of the earth; the heights of the his are His also. The sea is His, for He made it; and His hands formed the dry land. Oh come, let us worship and bow down; let us kneel before the Lord our Maker. For he is our God, and e are the people of His pasture, and the sheep of His hand. 

Today, if you will hear His voice: Do not harden your hearts, as in the rebellion, as n the day of trial in the wilderness. Psalm 95:1-8

Reading this today I first heard all the old songs of my first church home in Washington State. I love our worship today but the days of old were more focused on the words sometimes and not as much the beat. The old songs of praise are more instructional of what to do in worship and today’s crowd of believers tend to act naturally as they feel lead by the spirit of God.  Neither way is wrong, its just how God hears our praises today.
Do you shout out to God like you do to your favorite team? I didn’t use to but once I realized it was okay to shout for Jesus it made a difference in my worship methods. I mean I can shout to Jesus wherever I am, I can thank Him in the grocery store for the fresh veggies being a great price, or I can thank Him for a light changing that got me to my appointment on time. Either way whether I silently pray a prayer of thanks, or shout it out to Jesus we can worship Him in Spirit and in truth! The main idea here is to be obedient, humble and lifting up His name. Be obedient when you hear His voice in song or word and follow what He says to do. If it means lifting your hands, or your voice give God the glory today!
Heavenly father, we thank You for everything today! Provisions, protection, production! We give you honor and gory and praise in Jesus name, amen
Teresa M. Wilson