AN ALPHABET OF PRAISE

“Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise.”
(Psalm 100:4)

Since it’s the Thanksgiving season, how about an alphabet of praise? Here’s an alphabetical list of ways you can praise the Lord…

A    – Ascribe to the Lord the glory due his name.
B    – Bless the Lord, o my soul; bless His holy name.
C    – Celebrate God’s abundant goodness.
D   – Declare His glory among the nations.
E    – Extol the Lord with music and song
F    – Fear the Lord your God
G   – Give glory to the Lord for He is good.
H   – Hallelujah
I     – I will praise the Lord all my life.
J     – Joyfully shout to the Lord
K   – Kneel before the Lord our maker.
L    – Love God with all your heart
M   – Magnify God’s name in all the earth
N   – Noise – Make a joyful Noise to the Lord
O   – Offering spiritual sacrifices to the
P    – Praise the Lord
Q   – (Be) Quiet before the Lord.
R    – Rejoice in the Lord always.
S    – Sing to the Lord a new song
T    – Thanks to the Lord for He is good.
U   – Unite our voices in praise
V   – Voice – raise your Voices to the Lord
W   – Worship the Lord in the splendor of His holiness
X   – eXalt the Lord
Y   – Yearn – My soul Yearns for the courts of the Lord
Z    – (Be) Zealous for the Lord your God

Now, you can try a different praise alphabet. Identify a name or attribute of God for each letter of the alphabet. It may be even easier than this list of praise terms.

Dear Lord,
I praise you for Your many blessings:
for family and friends and a loving church family.
for Your provision and protection.
and for Your grace & mercy!
In Jesus name, Amen.

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