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The Magnificent God: Fearful in Praises


April 8, 2024

Who is like unto thee, O Lord, among the gods? who is like thee, glorious in holiness, fearful in praises, doing wonders?. 

                                                         - Exodus 15:11 

In Exodus 15:11, we are reminded of the magnificence of our God, who is glorious in holiness and fearful in praises. This verse prompts us to consider how we can offer praise to God in a manner that reflects His greatness and majesty. 


Firstly, we praise God for who He is – glorious in holiness. Our praise should acknowledge the purity, righteousness, and majesty of God's character. The holiness of God sets Him apart from all creation. He is pure, righteous, and perfect in every way. His holiness radiates His glory, illuminating the heavens and the earth with His divine presence. He is unlike any other, worthy of all honor and adoration. As we lift our voices in praise, let us magnify the holiness of God, recognizing His supreme worthiness.  


Secondly, we praise God for what He has done – His wonders and mighty acts. Throughout history, God has demonstrated His power and faithfulness through miraculous deeds. From the parting of the Red Sea to the countless miracles in our own lives, God's performance is awe-inspiring. Among all the so-called gods of the nations, none can stand against the Almighty. Our God reigns supreme, unrivaled in His authority and majesty. As we reflect on His past faithfulness, let us proclaim His mighty works and give Him thanks for His continued presence in our lives. 


Finally, we praise God with reverence and awe, recognizing His sovereignty and unmatched power. From the creation of the universe to the redemption of mankind, God's wonders are beyond comprehension. He moves in ways that leave us in awe, demonstrating His power and sovereignty over all things. Our praises should be filled with reverence, acknowledging the greatness of the God we serve. When we approach God with fear and reverence, our worship becomes truly transformative, drawing us closer to His presence and aligning our hearts with His will.  


As we meditate on Exodus 15:11, let us cultivate a lifestyle of praise that reflects the glory, majesty, and holiness of our God. May our praises be marked by reverence, gratitude, and awe, as we declare, "Who is like You, O Lord, among the gods? Who is like You, glorious in holiness, Fearful in praises, doing wonders?" Amen. 


Song of Worship  

Zion is calling me to a higher place of praise 

To stand upon the mountain and to magnify His name. 

To tell all the people of every nation that He reigns. 

Zion is calling me to a higher place of praise. (repeat)

Prayer - Lord, we thank You for the privilege of worshiping You. Help us to approach Your throne with humble hearts and grateful spirits. May our praises rise to You like sweet incense, pleasing in Your sight in Jesus’ name Amen. 
 

Bible in 1 year: 1 Samuel 15-16; Luke 10

 

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