Welcome to our praise and worship guide using the Psalms. This guide is intended to help you spend a few minutes in worship on a daily basis. The worship activities for each day will take about 10 minutes, and are best done before your normal devotional time. May God richly bless you as you take time to reflect on who He is and what He’s doing in your life!
“I Will Praise You, O Lord, Among the Nations”
Read verses 25 to 29. Think of times when the Lord has shown Himself to be merciful, blameless and pure to you. Tell Him about these times. Tell Him your desire to live in His light; thank Him for His light that dispels the darkness in your life. Ask Him to show you how you need to have a humble spirit.
Read verses 30 to 36. Think of times when the Lord has shielded you, given you strength, made you victorious and directed your steps. Thank Him for this. Tell Him how you love His Word; tell Him how you are filled with a desire for His Word and Himself.
Read verses 37 to 42. Who or what are the enemies you’ve struggled againstrecently. How has the Lord given you victory over them? Tell Him about this and thank Him. Tell Him how you desire to rely completely on Him in humility as you face your enemies. Make this commitment to Him.
Read verses 43 to 45. Think of a time when God exalted you in your humility. Tell Him about this. Ask Him to remove arrogance and pride and any independ- ent spirit from your heart; tell Him how you are determined to rely on Him.
Read verses 46 to 50. Praise the Lord today because He is your Rock and Saviour. Thank Him for specific times when He has saved you, exalted you, and shown His lovingkindness to you. Tell Him how you desire the nations of the world to experience this, and ask Him how you can be part of world missions.