Praise God

The Difference Is In The Blessing

The beginning of an excursion into teaching on the words bless and blessed. There are two words i...

The beginning of an excursion into teaching on the words bless and blessed. There are two words in the New Testament for bless: eulogia and makarios. The main focus of the teaching is on the Hebrew word brk; on bended knee, which is how man blesses God.1 Peter 1:3. Disc 9 of 37 in the 1 Peter Series. VF-1735

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Bless God For All That He Has Done

A study in 1st Peter focusing on the words “blessed be”. Peter was telling the saints in trial an...

A study in 1st Peter focusing on the words “blessed be”. Peter was telling the saints in trial and tribulation in his day (and us today) that we are to eulogize God BECAUSE of His abundant mercy. He has given us hope, inheritance, salvation and reserved in Heaven, a place for us. This pattern of eulogizing God is consistent throughout the Old and New Testaments. We are to first praise, worship and thank Him as a continual faith practice. 1 Peter 1:3. Disc 10 of 37 in the 1 Peter Series. VF-17...

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BaRaK: How a Man Blesses God

David blesses the Lord with his mouth, by speaking words of thanksgiving to the Lord because He h...

David blesses the Lord with his mouth, by speaking words of thanksgiving to the Lord because He has heard his supplications. A man blesses God by thanking Him. 1 Peter 1:3, Psalm 28:6. Disc 11 of 37 in the 1 Peter Series. VF-1737  (available in Blu-Ray only)

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Commitment - A Holy Priesthood

We are living stones, we are the Spirit’s house and we are indeed a holy priesthood connected to ...

We are living stones, we are the Spirit’s house and we are indeed a holy priesthood connected to Him and equipped to offer the sacrifices of praise.1 Peter 2:5. Disc 27 of 37 in the 1 Peter Series.VF-1770

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Psalm 63: Offering Praise in the Wilderness

As we go through the wilderness of Judah, literally, in the Hebrew, the wilderness of "Praise", l...

As we go through the wilderness of Judah, literally, in the Hebrew, the wilderness of "Praise", like David we are to offer the sacrifices of Praise as David illustrates in this Psalm. Psalm 63. VF-1776

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First Praise, Then Deliverance

No matter what the circumstance, you are never alone. Like Paul and Silas in the inner prison – p...

No matter what the circumstance, you are never alone. Like Paul and Silas in the inner prison – praise first and deliverance will come. Acts 16:6-31. VF-1966

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