"Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Praise the Lord"
As we read this verse we see that it repeats itself as a point of emphasis in giving praise unto the Lord.
It also says let everything that has breath give God praise. This includes all living things in the air, earth, and water. What this verse is declaring is that there should be a universal burst of praise!
As the people of God, we all have countless testimonies about the hand of God at work in our lives.
God inhabits the praises of His people, and because we love Him, we willingly and lovingly offer up praises unto Him.
Praise unto the Lord is an essential act of worship for every believer, and even if the enemy had convinced us that it wasn't necessary to give praise unto the Lord, Jesus said in Luke 19:49, that He would cause the rocks to cry out.
Does this statement by Jesus sound like praise is optional?
As we move throughout each day that the Lord so graciously gives us, let it be full of praise!
"Praise You" by Zacardi Cortez, Fred Hammond, and Marcus Miller
Praise, Praise, Praise the Lord on today! The praise of the Lord shall continually be in our mouths! We praise you Lord and ONLY you! Praise the ONE and ONLY true living God on today One Body Family!!!