Pursuit of Praise

Isaiah 60:7, “All the flocks of Kedar shall be gathered together unto thee, the rams of Nebaioth shall minister unto thee: they shall come up with acceptance on mine altar, and I will glorify the house of my glory.”

Praise is not intended to compliment God. Some people have confessed quite candidly that praise seems like an effort to curry God’s favor by soothing or massaging His heavenly ego.

But praise is not the blind pursuit of heavenly intervention. It is an instrument of violence.

It upsets the climate that furthers life’s suffering, confusion, turmoil, and strife.

Praise destroys the atmosphere in which sickness, disease, discouragement, and futility flourish.Click To Tweet

Praise beats out hell’s brush fires and breathes heaven’s life into death’s vacuum.

Where people worship God humbly, forthrightly, and obediently, according to His Word, He will respond with a distinct show of His presence.

Worship-filled praise invites the rule of His glorious Kingdom, and He enters with loving blessings and liberating power.

Honoring God’s Word in our lives, exalting God’s Son with our lips, and giving the Holy Spirit a place to work by the love we show God and one another allow distinct and marvelous blessings to pour forth.

His glory may become the increasing portion of anyone who pursues a pathway of humility before His throne.

Glory in Your House!!!


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