in habit

As I was walking & worshipping early this afternoon, I was reminded by Martin Smith how God inhabits the praises of His people (Psalm 22:3).

I find that when I am intentional with my praise, I feel closer to God.

If He lives in, He inhabits our praise?

Praise should become our habit!

God waits for us to praise so He can move in us in a greater way.

No matter the situation, God deserves to be praised.

Because of who He is.

We have a tendency to want to praise only when things go right, don’t we?

But God isn’t human, and is without flaw. He is always good, always for us,and never changes.
He loves us no matter what we have done. Always.  As His kids, He is 100% in our corner, loving up on us and present with us.

Those facts make Him worthy of praise, don’t they?

Regardless of what is happening in our day, our bodies or our relationships, begin to purposefully make His praise your habit.

He is waiting to inhabit your praises!

I don’t know about you, but I want Him to be as delighted to live in me as possible.

If my praise makes more room for Him to dwell in, it is a worthwhile habit to be investing in!


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