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Excuse me, It's My Praise Time


Sermon shared by T. W Jenkins

August 2011
Summary: God not only deserve our praise He expects our praise before, during and after He blesses us.
Denomination: Baptist
Audience: General adults
Introduction: I have discovered that every noise is not a holy noise. Praise to God should not be forced by a worship leader or anyone else during worship. There is a difference between authentic praise and orchestrated praise. David describes in this text the difference between authentic and orchestrated praise. Most of what the church is doing today is orchestrated praise, someone leads us into praise worship. As with worship, God seeks the praise of men in spirit and in truth. Psalm 34:1 David, when he pretended to insane before Abimelek, who drove him away, and he left singing "I will bless the Lord at all times, His praise will always be in my mouth."

I. It's Personal...."I"
II. It's Purposeful..."will bless"
III. It's about a Person..."the Lord"

Conclusion: When our praise is personal, purposeful, and about a person (Jesus Christ), then it's time to say excuse me, It's My Praise Time.....
Be blessed, I await His promised return. Until then I will praise Him....
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