Our lips were made to worship God and share his words, not to spread rumors, not to say bad words, not to utter curse to enemies. Our hands were created to be lifted up high as a sign of surrendering our lives to God, to be used in helping the needy, not to slap someone, not to steal, not to kill. If the deaf and mutes find ways to praise and worship God, how much more can a hearer and a speaker do?
Are we waiting for the time for the heavens to shout before we start praising our God the proper way? Next Sunday, start opening those lips and sing praises to God, lift up those hands up high. Close those beautiful eyes so you won’t see what others are doing and you wouldn’t mind what others will say. Think, it is just between you and God.
Remember what the Bible says about praising, Luke 19:40 states, “I tell you,” he replied, “if they keep quiet, the stones will cry out.”Man, don’t wait for the rocks to cry out, start worshiping God, in spirit and in truth!
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