Let me live so I can praise you.
Psalms 119:175 (NLT)
What are you living for? If someone asked you that question what would your answer be? There are numerous answers, some better than others. Many people are driven to success and materialism. Others are looking for more simplicity. Some look for spirituality, while others live for various causes. Paul wrote that for him to live was all about Christ. Christ was everything to him. The Psalmist wrote that he wanted to live so he could praise God. There are many things that we can live for. Many of them are good, however it is not always a matter of either or. It is more about what Paul wrote to the church. He said, “That in everything he might be preeminent.” Today, consider why you are living and decide to make praising God and having Him first in your life a priority.
Dear Father, let me live so I can praise You. In Jesus’ name.
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