By Terri Pettyjohn
Writer and Author, Contributing Writer, EXW
April 21, 2011

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Psalm 63:4-5 I will praise you as long as I live, and in your name I will lift up my hands. My soul will be satisfied as with the richest of foods, with singing lips my mouth will praise you.

I have diligently been looking through the Bible for a time-frame on worship, but I cant seem to find one. Rather what I find is that praise is to continually be on our lips. Our praise is not to be limited to the good times, but in times of sorrow and trouble as well. He desires our praise, not because He cant live without it, but because of who He is. He wants our
thanksgiving and praise to echo from every fiber of our being as we honor His holy name. Sunday morning praise is wonderful as many voices raise as one, but our private praise in the quietness of the day is just as precious to our God. Our daily praise only whets our appetite for corporate worship with other believers, and quenches the longing in our souls as we do what we were made to do, praise our Creator.

Terri Pettyjohn
Writer and Author, Contributing Writer, EXW
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