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Why Ash Wednesday? An article exploring Ash Wednesday and the implications for believers. Resource type: Article | Source: Calvin Institute of Christian Worship
Call to Worship Litany: Praise the Lord This is a call to worship litany based on Psalm 148 where all things in heaven and earth praise the Lord. Resource type: Element of Worship | Source: Re-Worship | Author: Christine Longhurst Praise Be To You This poetic prayer praises God by describing Jesus like a tree in which through it's fruit mankind is blessed. The prayer also recognizes our call to follow and offer the fruit of our life's in worship. Resource type: Element of Worship | Source: Sacredise | Author: John van de Laar Praise to God who Knows All This commentary on Psalm 139 suggests the Psalm combines praise of, appeal to, and wisdom meditation on the God who knows all and who encompasses all. Resource type: Commentary/Exegesis | Source: Working Preacher - Preach This Week | Author: Fred Gaiser Praise the Eternal "Praise the True God inside His temple. Praise Him beneath massive skies, underneath moonlit stars and rising sun." A call to worship inspired by Psalm 150, appropriate for Easter or year-round. Resource type: Element of Worship | Source: Re-Worship | Author: Christine Longhurst Prayer of Praise: Psalm 36: 5-10 Here’s a prayer of praise based on Psalm 36: 5-10, which focuses firstly on God's character (i.e. Love, faithfulness, and justice), and then moves into how God's attributes are a blessing unto humanity. Resource type: Element of Worship | Source: Re-Worship | Author: Unknown For the Praise of God's Glory? This daily reflection on Ephesians 1:11-13 seeks to answer the question: What does is really mean to exist for the praise of God's glory? Glory extends beyond the walls of the sanctuary. Resource type: Devotional | Source: The High Calling To the praise of God's glory Mark Roberts' overview of Ephesians 1:3-14 notes that the passage (one 202-word sentence in Greek) encourages us to praise God as a response to works that reveal God's "gracious and glorious nature." Resource type: Commentary/Exegesis | Source: The High Calling | Author: Mark D. Roberts An Exercise in Praise This commentary and illustration on Psalm 66 examines the vibrant praise of God for all that He has done, both big and small. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Center for Excellence in Preaching | Author: Stanley Mast Full Text Hymns on Praise Praise God From Whom All Blessings FlowPD
Praise to the Lord, the AlmightyPD
Praise Him! Praise Him!PD
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Praise, Prayer, and Pragmatism In this sermon outline, Arthur Landwehr uses Isaiah 55:1-2 to reflect on worship by exploring what true worship is and the reasons for the elements of worship in the church. Resource type: Sermon Starter/Outline | Source: Arthur Landwehr Sermon Collection | Author: Arthur Landwehr Praise the LORD with lyre and trumpet and horn Commenting on Psalm 98, James Howell maintains that when ancient Israelites thought of God, their initial reflex was praise (not asking for stuff or questioning whether God is doing what I need). Resource type: Commentary/Exegesis | Source: Working Preacher - Preach This Week | Author: James Howell Why Do We Praise the Lord? Mark D. Roberts reflects on Psalm 96:3-4 and why it is that we praise God. Praise is a response to his greatness; because he is great, God is utterly worthy of all honor and praise. Resource type: Devotional | Source: The High Calling | Author: Mark D. Roberts Praise the LORD with every instrument Kelly Murphy notes that Psalm 150 seems to include all musical instruments known in ancient times - suggesting that the Israelites believed every instrument was appropriate for praising God. Resource type: Commentary/Exegesis | Source: Working Preacher - Preach This Week | Author: Kelly J. Murphy Praise This sermon illustration combines Psalm 65:1-2, 148:1-4 with a book quote from Frederick Buechner. In this quote, Buechner encourages us to learn how to praise God by observing how creation praises the creator. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Day1 | Author: Carl Frederick Buechner The Stewardship of Praise Theodore Wardlaw's sermon on Jesus' triumphal entry into Jerusalem (Luke 19:29-41) says that "nothing is more appropriate or more timely than praise." Praise enables us to see God and the world more clearly. Resource type: Sermon (Complete) | Source: Day1 | Author: Theodore J. Wardlaw
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