You are worthy, our Lord and God, to receive glory and honor and power, for you created all things, and by your will they were created and have their being. – Revelation 4:11
Today let’s celebrate our religious freedom and sing WORTHY IS OUR LORD AND GOD, TO RECEIVE GLORY AND HONOR AND POWER!
There is so much symbolism in the book of Revelation, I don’t pretend to understand all of it. This is one of the few passages that seem to be fairly straight forward and easily understood. Sometimes we get so busy making a living – or let’s face it – just living, that we overlook the need to praise God.
I know many folks put on a praise and worship CD in their car for the drive to work. That’s a good idea – and I used to do the same thing. This is a post to give us just one more opportunity to look up and thank God for all His blessings to us – His benefits.
Let God’s promises shine on your problems. – Corrie Ten Boom
No matter who runs for the office of president in 2016, Jesus Christ will be LORD. He is our Savior, our provider, our sword and shield in life. He died for our sins and was raised by God the Father. He sits at the right hand of God and the Holy Spirit of God lives in our hearts.
Yes – He is WORTHY of praise!
I’m going to find the most high place I can and stand at the tippy top of it. Then I’m going to raise my hands to the sky and praise the Lord. I may even sing. God won’t howl like some people do – it’s a beautiful sound to Him.
The value of consistent prayer is not that He will hear us, but that we will hear Him. – William McGill
Since I live in Kansas, I’m not sure how HIGH the place will be – LOL… I mean, let’s face it, it’s not like Colorado where there are mountains! Maybe I’ll drive to Coronado Heights today. There’s just something about being outdoors on a mountain (or even a hill) – singing praises to God. He inclines His ear to us when we make that extra effort I believe. He hears us anyway, but it’s just more special somehow. 🙂