by Adrian Rogers

The Power Of Perpetual Praise
Adrian Rogers

Now, I want you to take God's word tonight and fifty seven with me please. Here is a very wonderful been a blessing to my heart through the years. Psalm and verse seven. My heart is fixed O God, my heart is fixed, I will sing and give praise. That is a tremendous verse. Now, when David says that his heart is fixed it doesn't mean that he's had a broken heart and it's been repaired, but what he does mean is this, that my heart is steadfast immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord. I have in my heart a resolute purpose. I will sing, I will praise. I have determined that I will live a life of perpetual praise. I want you to think tonight on this subject, THE POWER OF PERPETUAL PRAISE. We need to learn how to make praise a permanent pattern in our lives and to perpetually praise the Lord. The late great Robert G. Lee, who was pastor of this church would many times autograph a bible or sign a letter and at the close of that letter he would wrote this scripture and he's done that for many of you who are here tonight. Psalm thirty four and verse one. Is that right? Any of you have a bible inscribed or a note from Dr. Lee that had Psalm thirty four, verse one on it, just lift your band, anybody? Alright, now somebody, yeah, there's somebody way up there, boy, I was afraid I told a fib or something, now, I know that is true. So many times you'll see Dr. Lee w6uld sign Psalm thirty four, verse one tinder his name. Do you know what that psalm says? I will bless the Lord at all times. []Is praise shall continually be in my mouth. Not just the good times, the bad times and the in between times. I will bless the Lord What is praise? Praise is all there is of me responding to all I know of him. That's what praise is, Praise is all there is of me responding to all I know of him. We're to worship the Lord in spirit and in truth. What is worshiping the Lord in spirit and in truth? Well, worshiping the Lord in spirit is let ...

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