But thou art holy, O thou that inhabitest the praises of Israel.
God inhabits our praise! The word that’s used here means that when we praise God it “causes Him to sit down, remain, and dwell.”
Do you ever feel that God has left you? My question is, “Are you still praising Him?”
God inhabits the praises of His people. Which is what I want, so I began to reflect on the things that inhibit praise.
Do you know some of the things that inhibit praise?
1. Personal Preferences
We all like things a certain way and sometimes our preferences can quickly become our priorities.
Sometimes it’s hard to praise God in the storm.
To praise God is to participate in an act that makes one vulnerable and some of us are to prideful to clap for, dance for, sing to, or give to any one other than ourselves.
Some people don’t praise God because they just don’t care about God.