Attitude of Praise
Psalms 67 May God be gracious to us and bless us and make his face to shine upon us...
Make this your day for praising. Psalm 67 is filled with praising God. How fitting with it being Sunday, a day we typically think about and equate with praising. But here's the thing. While singing or reading scripture at church is certainly praising (and I love doing both), there six other days of the week for praising, not to mention plenty of other ways for us to praise the Lord.
So let's help each other get more involved and creative with our praising. What are some ways that you praise God through the week? Is there specific activity or place you go that brings praise to your lips or gives you an attitude of praise? Tami W.
P.S. One thing that helps me praise God is working in my flower garden. (Of course right now, it's covered in several inches of snow!) But during the spring & summer, as I spend time planting and tending it, I am constantly amazed at God's workmanship and beauty. Before I know it, I'm praising Him right there with all my heart. Can't wait for warmer weather!
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