Word & Worship – Hills and Valleys

Today we take time to reflect on a precious verse and a beautiful song.   We call it Word & Worship.



The Lord is worthy of our praise in every circumstance.

All too often we tend to take the Lord for granted.  We are quick to turn to Him in our hour of need, seeking help and relief, but can be just as quick to forget Him when we’re sitting on top of the world.  We may give him a brief acknowledgement of thanks and praise but then we fall back into the rhythm of life, and God takes a backseat.   But He deserves our worship and praise at all times because He’s there all the time.  

“I will praise the Lord no matter what happens. I will constantly speak of his glories and grace. I will boast of all his kindness to me. Let all who are discouraged take heart. Let us praise the Lord together and exalt his name. For I cried to him and he answered me! He freed me from all my fears.”  Psalm 34:1-4 TLB

He never leaves or forsakes us. We’re never without His love and He protects us no matter what we face.

OUR WORSHIP for TODAY:  Hills and Valleys – Tauren Wells

Challenge yourself today to stay in a constant state of praise as you go about your day.  Each day promises opportunities for good and bad experiences, but He’s with us through it all.  What a good Father we have and he is worthy of our praise.  He’s the God of hills and valleys.

On the mountains I will bow my life to the One who set me there.  In the valley I will lift my eyes to the One who sees me there.

Thank you for joining us every morning at Breath on Paper devotional blog.  This week we will Learn from The Experiences of Bathsheba.

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