Praise, Praise, Praise the Lord

You pray in your distress and in your need; would that you might pray also in the fullness of your joy and in your days of abundance. 
 
                                                             ~Khalil Gibran
 
Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.
 
                                                            ~ Psalm 119:105
 
It has been a long time since I sat in a Pentecostal service.  One of the things I miss is the dedicated time for praising God.  Out loud.  Not shouting or anything, but the time spent whispering, singing, praising the Lord. 
Today, I will give you some music to praise God by…
Praise, praise praise the Lord.
When you just focus on praising God, perspective changes.  Your eyes are lifted, facing upward, not inward.  Try playing this chorus.  The words are simple and they are in English and in native Cameroon (in the video.)
 
Praise praise praise the Lord
Praise God’s holy name Hallelujah,
Praise praise praise the Lord
Praise God’s holy name Hallelujah,
 
Praise God’s holy name Hallelujah,
Praise God’s holy name Hallelujah,
Praise God’s holy name Hallelujah,
Praise God’s holy name Hallelujah.
 
Praise praise praise the Lord
Praise God’s holy name Hallelujah,
Praise praise praise the Lord
Praise God’s holy name Hallelujah,
 
Praise God’s holy name Hallelujah,
Praise God’s holy name Hallelujah,
Praise God’s holy name Hallelujah,
Praise God’s holy name Hallelujah.
 
Repeat …and repeat, and repeat.
 
Because of Him,
Linda
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