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We are created for God’s glory and we are to offer Him praise continually
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 150:1-150:6
Shared: 1/5/2001
What does God require of us re: worship?
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Psalms 150:1-150:6
Shared: 7/19/2001
For the psalmist, “praise the Lord” was definitely not a cliché but an ecstatic expression of unbridled joy! In six short verses, he uses the phrase 13 times in Psalm 150.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 150:1-150:6
Shared: 5/20/2003
Discover the gems hidden in Psalms in this simple yet informative fly-ver of the Jews hymnbook, the Psalms.
Scripture: Psalms 1:1-150:1
Shared: 3/29/2007
Praise is a mighty weapon of warfare in the life of the believer, when we learn how to excercise ourselves in praise regardless of our emotions we have taken a big step toward consistent victorious living.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Shared: 7/30/2002
Do you praise and adore Him when you pray?
Series: Acts
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 9/10/2002
Considering all the things that God has done for us, we should never be ashamed to give him the honor and praise that he so truly deserves.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 149:3-150:6
Tags: Joy
Shared: 1/18/2007
worship is simply defined in Psalm 150 by describing who we worship, how we worship, and who can worship
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Psalms 150:1-150:6
Shared: 6/12/2003
Music has an incredible power that many people are unaware of. Discover the joy and encouragement that Godly music can add to your life!
Scripture: Psalms 150:1-150:6
Shared: 12/15/2005
This particular Psalm has been called the "Great Hallelujah Psalm" It is an invitation for all to become active in the praise of God. Let’s examine some of the benefits of corporate praise.
Denomination: Assembly of God
Scripture: Psalms 150:1-150:6
Shared: 7/5/2005