I will bless the Lord at all times

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The Psalmist determinedly expresses that he will favor the Lord consistently, and explains advance on what he implied by saying "His acclaim will persistently be in my mouth." Blessing the Lord is lauding Him, and this ought to be nonstop. This appeal to day in and day out acclaim is reminiscent of Hebrews 13:15 which says,

By him consequently let us offer the sacrifice of acclaim to God persistently, that is, the product of our lips expressing gratefulness to his name (Heb. 13:15 KJV)

The Lord's acclaim ought to be in our mouth consistently. When we favor God, we are not giving Him a gift for His prosperity! The thought basic the words "I will favor the Lord" is that of talking admirably about the great deeds of the Lord, His consideration, and liberality to His kin.

Acclaim is a revelation of the benevolent acts of the Lord. The Psalmist says his mouth will ceaselessly be discussing what God has done. We magnify God, that is, tell how incredible He is, by re-repeating His beautiful works.

This suggests when we discuss something, we amplify it. This is a piece of the reason try not to discuss what the demon is doing throughout the day in your life!

Build up the cognizance of discussing what God has done, regardless of whether the "little" or "huge things." Rehearse them to people around you and let His acclaim persistently be in your mouth.

What is the difference in significance between God favoring us and we thusly favoring God? Proclaim the expressions of Ps. 34:1 so anyone might hear to yourself.

Set this word to work in your life today. Endeavor to discuss what God has done throughout the day. You may state His acclaim regardless of whether you are separated from everyone else. Discuss what He has improved the situation you and be thankful.

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