• “Prayer means talking over with Jesus everything that happens from morning until night.” – Basilea Schlink

Continual Praise by Nancy Leigh DeMoss 10/28/11

“I used to enjoy worship times at church. But now, the struggles at home just fill my mind all the time, and I can’t really get into praising God.”

Nancy Leigh DeMoss: Sometimes we have to praise God no matter how we feel or what we’re going through.

God had promised David that he would be the next king of Israel. But then David found himself for years hiding in the wilderness being chased by an insecure egomaniac named Saul. In those dark circumstances, David wrote Psalm 34.

“I will bless the LORD at all times; His praise shall continuallybe in my mouth.”

Nancy: When he decided to praise the Lord, David’s heart was lifted.

“My soul shall make its boast in the LORD; the humble shall hear of it and be glad.”

Nancy: Praise isn’t a response to our circumstances, which are constantly changing. Praise is a response to the goodness of God who never changes.

With Seeking Him, I’m Nancy Leigh DeMoss.

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  • “We say, then, to anyone who is under trial, give Him time to steep the soul in His eternal truth. Go into the open air, look up into the depths of the sky, or out upon the wideness of the sea, or on the strength of the hills that is His also; or, if bound in the body, go forth in the spirit; spirit is not bound. Give Him time and, as surely as dawn follows night, there will break upon the heart a sense of certainty that cannot be shaken.” – Amy Carmichael

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