Take a Praise Pause
I don’t think anything blesses God more than when we stop right in the middle of what we’re doing sometimes and lift our hands to worship Him or take a moment to bow down before Him and say, “I love You, Lord.” In the scripture for today, the psalmist says he took time seven times a day and all day long to praise God.
Think about a businessman, for example, maybe the president of a large company. Wouldn’t it be wonderful if two or three times a day, he would close the door to his office, turn the lock, kneel, and say, “God, I just want to take some time to worship You. Father, all these things You are giving me – the business, the money, the success – are great, but I just want to worship You. I magnify You. You are so wonderful. I love You. You are all I need. Father, I worship You. Jesus, I worship You. Holy Spirit, I worship You.” I believe that if the businessman did that, he would never need to be concerned about his business, his finances, or success. All of those things would be taken care of.
Matthew 6:33 (KJV) says, “But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.”