Wednesday Worship: Praise the Lord

God is our protector. God is strong. God doesn’t die. God saves us.

These wonderful truths lisped from the mouths of our boys as we prayed before bed. I listened to them pray and thank God for Who He is. How beautiful it is to hear praise from the lips of children. I watched them pray… Ash kneeling next to his daddy, newly intent on having a respectful posture before God. Bear lying next to me hands folded under his chin.

Then Ash said, “Oh I forgot one. Thank You that You are not fake.”

There is nothing more that I can add. Only praise Him as my children have taught me to once again. With simplicity and honesty.

I have been listening to the pre-release songs from Glory Revealed II: The Word Of God in Worship this week, and cannot help but sing this song, Praise The Lord, over and over. There is never a moment when He is not worthy of praise!

(To listen, head on over to Glory Reaveled and click on “listen here”.)

Song: Praise The Lord
Artist: Natalie Grant & Laura Story
Album: Glory Revealed II: The Word of God in Worship

Praise the Lord oh my soul
I will praise the lord as long as I live
I will sing praises to my God
Even with my dying breath

He is the One Who made heaven and earth
The sea and everything in it
He is the one who keeps every promise forever
He gives justice to the oppressed
And sets the prisoner free

Praise the Lord oh my soul
I will praise the lord as long as I live
I will sing praises to my God
Even with my dying breath

He is the One who feeds the hungry
And opens the eyes of the blind
He lifts up the burdens of those who leave heavy loads
The strangers he protects
And the righteous one he loves

Praise the Lord oh my soul
I will praise the lord as long as I live
I will sing praises to my God
Even with my dying breath

The Lord will reign forever
Our God is King to all generations
The Lord will reign forever
Our God
The Lord will reign forever
Our God is King to all generations
The Lord will reign forever
Our God.

We will praise the Lord, oh my soul
We will praise the Lord as long as we live
We will sing praises to our God
Even with our dying breath.

2 responses to “Wednesday Worship: Praise the Lord”

  1. “Thank you that you are not fake.” Oh what meaning that holds.

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  2. Well, Angie, my catching up on your blog after a few weeks offline had led to the usual, both laughter and tears!! Miss you guys!

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