Praise the Lord: Psalm 150: 5-6

5Praise him with resounding cymbals; praise him with clashing cymbals. 6Let everything that breathes praise the LORD. Hallelujah!

Psalm 150:6 CEB

In the early spring mornings, my backyard is a natural symphony filled with birds in song. It is an uplifting start to my day. How so must the Lord feel when we awake to praise and worship Him. When we start the day with praise, adoration, and glory to God, it opens our hearts to our many blessings. No, we don’t need cymbals or even perfect songs, just love and adoration for Our Father, the Creator of earth. Hallelujah, praise the Lord! He is good!

How will you praise the Lord today, with prayer, song, glowing words, or with cymbals? Or perhaps all the above.

Prayer: Our holy, and loving Father, we thank you for your love, grace, and blessings. We adore You and praise You. You are our hope and our joy. As the bell-like campanula flowers seem to ring in a symphony of blooms, let our voices rise in a symphony of praise for You our threefold God. In Jesus’ holy name. Hallelujah! Amen.

14 thoughts on “Praise the Lord: Psalm 150: 5-6

  1. How will you praise the Lord today? That question made me think, if only we would ask ourselves that everyday and have that approach throughout the day.
    On a lighter note – I am sure that God has auto tune to enjoy my singing 😜

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    1. I agree, taking time to praise the Lord should be more prevalent in my day. I had the same thought about “auto-tune” in whether the Lord or my family would enjoy me worshiping with cymbals, especially clashing cymbals. 🎧

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