From Shelena Griffiths’ Book called “Are You Worshipping in Spirit and in Truth? Available for Purchase on Amazon.
For we walk by faith, not by sight.” – 2 Corinthians 5:7King James Version
Simple and very easy walk around and/or in your home for exercise and praise towards God. Just like food, drink, and exercising is for the body, giving thanksgiving, appreciation, and adoration is fuel for worshipping acceptably towards God. Challenge yourself for 7 days for your spiritual and physical well-being.
Each day, practice walking and praising God together. Bless His name, and give thanksgiving to the Lord. If you are lead to do this, pray before starting your walk with praise. Remember this is easy, all at your own pace. The more you develop this habit, you can extend the time. Start challenge time is 30 minutes. For more help with instructions, read victory in praise exercise article for beginners.
Saturate and Impregnate your life with a lifestyle of praise
You were created to praise God’s holy name. This is your only purpose; giving to your Heavenly Father God and Creator of the Universe. Daily make a decision in your obedience to honor and respect the One who gave you life.
Bible Scripture References: Ephesians 5:18-20; 2 Corinthians 12:9
Practice lifting your heart to God
Praising God daily gives you confidence to adore Him without fear. If your relationship is important to you lift up your heart with rejoicing and hope. By faith, you can boldly access God. Blessing His holy name starts from your rational mind to offer acceptable worship from your spirit towards Him.
Bible Scripture References: Lamentations 3:41; Luke 19:37
Make melody in your heart to God
Your voice doesn’t matter with God, but your honest praise does! By studying the living water of the Word of God, you will have a sense to praise the Lord from your heart. You will have a desire to open your mouth; Singing a new and Living song.
Bible Scripture References: Ephesians 5:19; Isaiah 51:3; Psalm 100:2
Give a Sacrifice Daily to God
One of your reasonable service is a daily sacrifice of praise to God. Purpose is your rational mind to do. When you constantly offer praises, through Jesus Christ, and glorify God in all that you do. You will express it. In return, He will seek you from your praises. Let go and surrender yourself daily.
Bible Scripture References: Hebrews 13:15; Luke 24:53
Rejoice in the Lord and Receive Strength
Having a reciprocal relationship with God, you will bring thanksgiving and praise as your reasonable service to Him. Rejoice in the Lord. Express Gratitude. Communicate with Joy. When you do, strength to endure any situation or circumstance is yours. Thank God for liberty in Christ.
Bible Scripture References: Psalm 63:5; Nehemiah 8:10; Revelation 4:11
Focus on Honoring the Lord for His Goodness to You
Honoring God means to show your attention to Him with respect. Is He good to you? If so, give your best to God. Cultivate your praise with integrity and love, so you may be in obedience to God’s will and purpose for your life.
Bible Scripture References: Psalm 103:1-5; Romans 8:28
Shout Praises to the Lord
Any futile or vain worship will not be accepted by God. We must worship in spirit and truth. Please don’t think that you can mock God. He is not any man, woman, or child. You cannot give substitutional praise and worship. The only offering or praise to God is the fruit of your mouth, give thanks, showing reverence, or glory. What will you do to change the wrong form of worship from your life? Here is one form of praise God will hear: Singing your own personal song to Him. Glory to the Highest- Shout the Victory!
Bible Scripture References: Joshua 6 – Believe that every obstacle or oppression will in your life.
Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.” – 2 Corinthians 9:7King James Version
Giving to God
Giving is thoughtful and with a purpose in mind; without hesitation joyously offer a gift. From this manner, God is expecting your heart to express honor and respect. Do what your heart is telling you to present to God!