Unless you are a morning person, most people take time to wake up. This lack of energy makes the likelihood of praise to be displayed as a natural occurrence. As for me, only when the right kind of music is present or a tune prompts my heart does a spirit of praise arrive. Beside this perfect setting, praising God is a mystery.
To carry out the sentence written against them— this is the glory of all his faithful people. Praise the LORD. – Psalm 149:9
According to the book of Hebrews, its impossible to please God without faith. Thus, when you read the prophecies of the Bible, you can’t view each with skepticism. Beyond the words from this ancient book, one must believe God will eventually fulfill each promise. Although doubts will arise if a prolong time passes without any fulfillment, yet praise is conceived when individuals see the the Bible come true like the words of Psalm 149:9.
Now faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see, Hebrews 11:1.
If someone spends days, months or years praying for a miracle without any results, any desires to praise God often fade away. Families who have lost a member to a killer disease experience arid periods, void of joy. Subsequently, many venture off, putting God on hold until they can comprehend of what just happened. Although the wait is agonizing, the hope of a prodigal returning to their senses brings angels to praise God in heaven and rejoicing souls on earth. May the mystery of praise not serve as a stumbling block to pursuers. Rather, may the Holy Spirit revive your heart with a new sense of appreciation for the hand of God at work in this life.
by Jay Mankus