Psalm 150:1-6 (HCSB)1 Hallelujah! Praise God in His sanctuary. Praise Him in His mighty heavens.2 Praise Him for His powerful acts; praise Him for His abundant greatness.3 Praise Him with trumpet blast; praise Him with harp and lyre.4 Praise Him with tambourine and dance; praise Him with flute and strings.5 Praise Him with resounding cymbals; praise Him with clashing cymbals.6 Let everything that breathes praise the LORD. Hallelujah!
Praise The Lord
Luke 19:40 The Message (MSG) But he said, “If they kept quiet, the stones would do it for them, shouting praise.”
This final song of praise ends the book of Psalms. Every phrase builds on the preceding thought in a crescendo that ends ending in a climax that comes as an outburst of mighty praise from ev every living creature on the earth.
This resounding praise comes from His sanctuary; the heavens and the assembly of the saints (believers).
This resounding praise is in response to His mighty acts of creation and His miracles throughout history.
This resounding praise in accompanied by a full orchestra. Music and praise go together as a beautiful musical composition created to be pleasing to the listener.
This resounding praise ends with mankind, the pinnacle of God’s creation, joined by every creature singing in harmony as we continue to sing Praise the Lord (Ha )
Psalm 150:6 (HCSB)6 Let everything that breathes praise the LORD. Hallelujah!
Through such worship we participate in the worship of heaven. We join the angels (as well as Christians across the world) around the throne of God as we worship and participate here and now in what we will experience fully when Christ returns. So let us worship God with our whole lives and gather together to pour out our love to Him with all our heart, with all our soul, with all our mind, and with all our strength. - Psalm 150:1-6 Reasons to Praise God
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Donald Jacobs is an ordained minister with the spiritual gift of teaching. He is the Associate Pastor of a non-denominational church in Los Angeles, CA.