In 1 Chronicles 16:25, the Bible says that the Lord is most worthy of praise. David noted, in Psalm 150:6, that “everything that has breath praise the Lord.” However, it isn’t just for God’s benefit that we should give him praise. It’s through worship and praise that you build your relationship with God. When the walls of Jericho came down, the Israelites shouted their praise to the Lord for the victory. When Moses parted the Red Sea, the Israelites worshipped the Lord. In the New Testament, the shepherds worshipped and praised God for showing them the Christ Child,......
As the saying goes, we must practice what we preach. That being said, we are all human, and sometimes our thoughts and actions contradict our beliefs. If you are searching for ways to improve your relationship with God, and to determine if your faith is as truly as strong as you believe—take some time out to contemplate the questions below. Are You A Worrywart? If you, your friends, or your family can describe you as a worrywart, then your level of faith likely has some room for improvement. When we worry, we......