Praise And Worship Exhortation Sample
Praise and worship exhortation is a type of sermon that exhorts people to praise God. This exhortation can be delivered in many different ways, from the pulpit to a Sunday school class.
Thank God for your salvation.
Dear brothers and sisters, thank God for your salvation. Thank Him for His mercy, grace, love and forgiveness. Praise Him for His provision and healing.
Praise Him even more when you feel that you have no reason to praise Him!
Praise God for His creation.
Praise God for His creation.
Praise God for His creation of the world.
Praise God for His creation of the universe!
Praise God for His redemption of His people.
- Praise God for His redemption of His people.
- God redeemed His people from slavery. The Israelites were slaves in Egypt, and God led them out through Moses to freedom.
- God redeemed His people from sin. Jesus took away our sins by his death on the cross so that we can have a relationship with Him as our Savior and Lord (Romans 6:1-14; 1 Corinthians 6:11; Ephesians 2:8-9).
- God redeemed his people from death, burial, grave and curse by raising Jesus from the dead (1 Corinthians 15:20-22).
Praise God for His abiding presence among His people.
God is always present to His people. He is never absent, even when we feel like He is far away. Even though the world may be dark around us, God shines the light of His presence onto us and through us to others, shining His light in our midst so that everyone can see it.
God is with His people at all times! You are never alone when you are with God or in God’s presence; you will never be alone if you know Him as your Savior from sin and death; He will always be there for you!
Praise God for the discovery of His will in history and praise Him for carrying it out in the lives of His people.
- Praise God for the discovery of His will in history and praise Him for carrying it out in the lives of His people.
“The secret things belong to the LORD our God, but those things which are revealed belong to us and to our children forever” (Deuteronomy 29:29). “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according with his purpose” (Romans 8:28). “We can do nothing against the truth, but only for the truth” (2 Corinthians 13:8).
Praise God for times of intercession and praise Him on the day He hears us.
The Psalmist said, “Praise God for times of intercession and praise Him on the day He hears us.” (Psalm 65:2) There are two ways to praise God. First, we can praise Him for the things He does in history. We can also praise Him for carrying out His will in our lives.
When we find ourselves in difficult situations, we can trust that God is working on our behalf and fulfilling His plan for our lives. As you encounter difficult times today, remember that God has a purpose and a plan for your life! Praise Him today as you discover His will through your circumstances!
Praise God at all times (Psalms 42:10)
Praising the Lord is a form of worship that should be practiced by all Christians. In fact, we are instructed to praise God at all times (Psalms 42:10). Praise is an expression of gratitude for God’s mercy, grace and love for His people. It also serves as a testimony to God’s sovereignty over every aspect of our lives. We do not deserve His blessings, yet He freely bestows them upon us because of his great love for us!
We should praise God at all times.
Praise and worship can be so easy that we just think of it as an act of gratitude. When we praise God, we’re thanking Him for what He has given us. Sometimes we forget to give Him the praise that is due to His name! Just as a parent would reward their children when they do something good or earn an award, so too does our Heavenly Father reward us when we praise Him—and because He is also our father, this is even more meaningful than any earthly reward could ever be.
We should praise our Heavenly Father for His salvation:
- “Salvation belongs to the Lord” (Jonah 2:9).
- “Let them give thanks to the Lord for his unfailing love and his wonderful deeds for mankind; let them exalt him in the assembly of the people” (Psalms 107:8-9).
Praise and worship is a powerful way to build your relationship with God. It can be a great way to pray, too. You can also use it as an opportunity to reflect on what you’re grateful for, or even make requests of God through this type of music. Remember: Praising God is one of the most important ways we can show our love for Him!