I promise guys. One day I will figure this whole blogging thing out and actually post stuff when their supposed to be posted.
Any way, this week I though I would post about O Praise Him by David Crowder* Band. The song often asks worshipers to turn towards heaven and praise Him. Praise is defined as the offering of grateful homage in words or song, as an act of worship. That’s all this song is asking of us, to simply turn and worship the Lord with praise. A good way to also look at this song is through the lens of Psalm 148:
“Praise the Lord!
Praise the Lord from the heavens!
Praise him from the skies!
Praise him, all his angels!
Praise him, all the armies of heaven!
Praise him, sun and moon!
Praise him, all you twinkling stars!
Praise him, skies above!
Praise him, vapors high above the clouds!
Let every created thing give praise to the Lord,
for He has issued his command, and they came
-Psalm 148:1-5, NLT
I love this song as a way to get worship started. Its a good way to get people to be thinking upwards, right from the beginning.
So have a listen below.
This Weeks Set
- Fill Me Up – Preston Howell
- O Praise Him – David Crowder* Band
- How Great Is Our God – Chris Tomlin
- You Alone Can Rescue – Matt Redman
- Always – Kristian Stanfill
- One Thing Remains (Your Love Never Fails) – performed by Kristian Stanfill