Day 10 – Countdown to the release of The 30 Day Praise Challenge

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Yesterday’s comments were amazing!  I love hearing what other’s use in their praise time. So encouraging for every one. Yeserday’s winner is Susan Washabaugh!  Congratulations, Susan. Could you email me your mailing address and I’ll put your novel in the mail.

I often use the Psalms in my personal praise time. one of my favorites is Psalm 92 which begins with these words, “It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to sing praises to the Most High. It is good to proclaim your unfailing love in the morning, your faithfulness in the evening.” (NLV) I love to begin my mornings by praising the Lord for a new day. I praise Him for HIs love and goodness . I praise HIm as I rise from bed that He has already gone before me into my day.  When I lay in bed at night to go to sleep I reflect back on my day. I am a person who has struggled with anxiety. It’s easy for me to fall asleep worrying. I choose to fall asleep praising. when I find myself worried, I praise God that He is in control of the very situation I might feel worried about. I change my focus to how faithful God has been in the past and that reassures me that I can trust Him with my future. Often, I borrow the words of the psalmist, “You thrill me, Lord, with all you have done for me! I sing for joy because of what you have done.” (Psalm 92:4 NLV) Using scripture helps reign in my worries!  Give it a shot!

My question today is what is your favorite verse in the Psalms to use in your praise time?  Leave a comment, I’m giving away the novel Two Crosses by Elizabeth Musser.  So much summer reading fun!~ Don’t miss out!  Be sure to leave a comment.

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  1. Laura McClave
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    Since Psalms 42 is my favorite Psalms I would have to say Psalms 42:1 is it. ” As the deer pants for streams of water, so my soul pants for you, oh God.” This verse so resinates with me. I am thirsty for God!

  2. Linda Vecchiarelli
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    My favorite worship song is You Never Let Go!

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