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Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 27 July 2022 – Let Us Praise The Lord

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TOPIC: Let Us Praise The Lord

TEXT: Psalm 148:1-14(NKJV)

Daily Fountain Devotional 27 July 2022 MESSAGE

Today we commemorate the anniversary of the Church Missionary Society (CMS). We should be able to praise God for this Society considering how God used her to reach the unreached through her missionary work in Africa, particularly Nigeria. So, it is a good thing to praise the Lord for the great things He accomplished for the global Church through the missionary enadeavours of the CMS.

In verses 1-4 of our text, the heavens and the angels are called upon to praise the Lord. Even the sun, moon and stars of light are included in this summons. In verses 7-12, the sea creatures, deep, fire and hail, snow and clouds, stormy wind, mountains and hills, old men, children and all other created things are called to praise the Lord.

Brethren, this is an open invitation to everybody to praise the Lord, because He is worthy of our praise. Our attitude at all times should be that of praising the Lord for who He is and many wonders of His hands. This is our own time here on this side of eternity and we need to use it judiciously in praising God at all times.

Praising God should not only be in the Church on Sunday; God is good to us at all times not only on Sunday. The created things in the heavens and on the earth should praise God every time. You are God’s own image – praise Him always!

PRAYER: I will bless the Lord at all times.

Anglican Daily Fountain Devotional 27 July 2022 Message. The Church of Nigeria is the Anglican church in Nigeria. It is the second-largest province in the Anglican Communion, as measured by baptized membership, after the Church of England.

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