Ps. 150:1-6 – TPT – Hallelujah! Praise the Lord! Praise God in his holy sanctuary! Praise him in his stronghold in the sky! Praise him for his miracles of might! Praise him for his magnificent greatness! Praise him with the trumpets blasting! Praise him with piano and guitar! Praise him with drums and dancing! Praise him with the loud, resounding clash of cymbals! Praise him with every instrument you can find! Let everyone everywhere join in the crescendo of ecstatic praise to Yahweh! Hallelujah! Praise the Lord!
David just couldn’t stop worshipping. It seems the closer you come to the Lord the more worship makes sense. Worship is a spontaneous response to greatness. When you get close to infinite greatness and infinite goodness you are really crossing into the place of no return. The more you worship the greater He becomes to you, this leads to more praise. You get the idea, worship touches the edge of the infinite and gives us a taste of the coming kingdom. This past week Sean Feucht had a LET US WORSHIP event in New Orleans. I am not really sure of what happened to everyone else but I think I slipped off the edge of that infinite cliff again.
Sunday morning, at the end of service, all I could say and sing was “Let your kingdom come”. I felt as if the presence I felt come down in the French Quarter Saturday was continuing to fall on this region. Something fresh is falling from heaven, all I can say is SING A LITTLE LOUDER. Here are some of the words to one of Sean’s songs from this weekend that just can’t get out of my head.
Sing it louder God is with us
We’re surrounded by His goodness
Sing it louder if you’ve found grace
As you walk into a new day
In the valley or the victory
No He’s never gonna leave me
Sing it louder through the failure
Aren’t you glad we got a Savior
Nothing’s gonna stop us
Singing your praise
Nothing in the world
Could stand in the way
Of all God’s people
Lifting Jesus up
You’re never gonna silence
Shout a Hallelujah to His Name
All God’s people
Come on lift Him up
So go ahead and turn up the volume of your praise a little louder. Lift up your voice, shout and dance before the Lord. Maybe you are gonna fall into that infinite hole of worship too.