Psalms 66:2 – Sing the glory of his name; give to him glorious praise! (ESV)

God is the King eternal and the only wise God, who dwells in honour and glory (1 Timothy 1:17). We must honour and glorify Him. Therefore, offering glorious praise refers to the quality of exaltation we render to heaven–an attitude of worship that moves God. For example, in 1 Chronicles 29:10-20, David adored the Lord in the presence of the congregation so that everyone joined him. No wonder, God called him ‘a man after my heart’ (Acts 13:22).

Further, glorious praise is more precious than gold, incense, or music because it originates from a heart of humility, spiritual joy and adoration. Perhaps, it was the type of praise that Paul and Silas rendered to God in Acts 16:16-40. These men worshipped the Lord and prayed despite being in the inner prison. Then, suddenly, their chains and doors broke loose.

Beloved, to partake of the divine blessings such as David, Paul and Silas, we must channel our hearts, strength, lifestyle or possessions, to praise the Lord (1 Corinthians 10:31). Indeed, as our Bible reading admonish, all that is within us must sing of God’s glory! Therefore, you can join us this weekend as we give ‘Glorious Praise’ to our Father in heaven. With fasting, we are to praise and worship God for a minimum of 1 to 3 hours, daily!


Hymn: Praise to the Lord, the Almighty – Joachim Neander (1680)

1. Lord, clothe me with the garment of praise.

2. Father, please let everything about me glorify You, always.


1. Go ahead, bless the Lord and daily!


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