Praise ye the Lord. O give thanks unto the Lord; for he is good: for his mercy endureth forever. Psalm 106:1
We praise God in many ways; it is not only done with singing or when fellowshipping with others. This offering oozes from the heart and can happen anytime. It usually revolves around thankfulness, acknowledgment, and exaltation. Worship, which is often accompanied by praise, is a constant, Spiritual transformation of the soul. It evokes paradigm shifts and brings us to contrition. We allow Christ to become more and we become less, and this change can be seen in our lives.
A few ways I praise God is through song, my thoughts, prayer, while reflecting on creation or doing chores. And sometimes, I praise God with a dance. The dancing does not follow a specific style. I am not a classically trained dancer. I can follow steps or what not, but the Creator didn’t give me this talent. Yet I dance for Him anyway. I am moved by God’s grace and mercy and find myself dancing–regardless of current circumstances.