As I had just returned from a two week construction trip to the Northern coast, order pharmacy I was able to eat dinner with my family. I was talking about how God was working and how much was accomplished, both with construction and spiritual. We discussed a number of topics with our ministry when Maggie chimes in, “We can’t let the rocks out praise us”. Doesn’t that about sum it up? Too often are we caught up with things in our lives to just stop and praise the one that made it all and gave it all so that we could know him and be with him. We may talk to God and pray but are we spending enough in worship and drinking in the glory of the Almighty? No, we can’t praise God as much as he deserves; not with every moment of every day for the rest of our lives. God has not asked us to do that, but do we bring him joy with the praise that we do bring him.

We have been blessed to be able to be here. The Christians of Colombia are so willing to pour everything into their praise and worship. They shout to the Lord and dance through the isles as God reveals his presence. The lost start meeting God far before the altar call and even before the message. We have learned from the people we came to serve.

How great is our God? We cry out in despair when we are hurting. Do we praise him when we are well? …Or better yet, do we praise him when the enemy is attacking and all is stripped away?

I will praise you, O Lord my God, with all my heart; I will glorify your name forever. Psalm 86:12

I urge you, don’t let the rocks out praise you!


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