While the children of Israel praised God after their Red Sea deliverance, the truth is, we should praise God before, during, and after deliverance. Robert Morgan writes, “How can we . . . live more praise oriented lives? . . . I’d like to suggest that praise and worship is the sand and cement that hold the bricks in place along life’s daily pathway.” When you develop a perspective of praise you begin to see life’s challenges from God’s point of view.
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