BLESS THE LORD ALWAYS! – Psalm 34:1 Devotional

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Psalm 34:1 – Devotional

Psalm 34:1

“I will bless the Lord at all times; His praise shall continually be in my mouth.”

We should always be a BLESSING PEOPLE! Honestly I have been around some people who drain the life and vitality out of anyone they are in contact with.

What does it mean to always bless the Lord? I think it means to leave people feeling better because they have been with us. Blessing the Lord for all things is what we are to do. Doing it consistently is what we are to be.

We live in a hurting world. Trouble and strife are all around us and it seems to be getting worse all the time. If ever there was a time when people need a blessing from the Lord, it is now. The people of God are the ones who should at all times and in every situation be a BLESSING PEOPLE.

How would you describe yourself? Let me rephrase that. How would other people describe you? Are you a BLESSING PERSON? Do you leave a trail of people that have been blessed after spending time with you? The Scripture says we are to bless the Lord at all times and praise is to be continually in our mouth. Can that honestly be said about you? Strive to always be one who can be described as a Blessing person. Encourage and bless as many people as possible today!

Blessings dear hearts! Walk with God today and be a blessing!

– – – Pastor Cecil

The Bible in One Year & Prayer

April 10th: Deuteronomy 34:1-Joshua 2:24, Luke 13:22-14:6, Psalm 79:1-13, and Proverbs 12:26

New Testament Scripture & Prayer

April 10th: Luke 13:22-14:6, Psalm 79:1-13, and Proverbs 12:26

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