Time to Praise God

Psalm 113:2-3
2 Blessed be the name of the LORD From this time forth and forever. 3 From the rising of the sun to its setting The name of the LORD is to be praised.

When is the best time of day to praise God?  It is whatever time it is right now.  If it is the morning, then the morning is the best time.  Same for midday and nighttime.  We need to praise God every waking moment of the day.  Let no part of the day go to waste.  Praise is a lifestyle.  If we are accustomed to doing it, it might be a struggle to remember at first.  But the more we do it, the easier it will be to remember to do it.  We should praise Him from the moment we wake until we fall asleep at night.

Another way to look at this verse.  The New Testament calls this time the day.  We must praise God during the day.  There is a time coming when the church will be raptured and taken to Heaven, that will be night.  Very few will praise God during this time when the devil and his Antichrist rule.  We must praise and worship God now, so that others can see and come to saving faith in Him.

Dear God, help me to praise You all day long.  Help me to worship You from the moment I rise to the point I fall asleep at night.  Help me to do it in the good times and bad.  Help me to form good habits and routines.  Lord, You are deserving of my praise and worship.  You are worthy of it.  No one else is.  Be at the forefront of my mind all day long.  Let me be only consumed with You.  You are so amazing and wonderful.  There is no one like You.  I cannot wait to be with You in Heaven, where worship will be constant.  You are magnificent Oh God!  Amen.


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