Day 1: You are magnificent eternally. Wonderful, glorious, Jesus No one ever will compare. To You Jesus. –copied from the song, Magnificent #filipinospraisetheLord
People love memes on social media and we have so many that have gone viral. As I was praising God this morning, a thought came to mind–why not make praising God a viral thing. Now this is the challenge, post a praise to God each day on your Facebook status. Number your praise, e.g. Day 1, Day 2, and so on, just so you are kept on track. If you started later than the rest, that is okay, just write Day 1. Then place the hashtag #filipinospraisetheLord.
This is about praising the Lord, not about prayer requests. You can post prayer requests, of course, but don’t include it in this meme. 😀 You can copy mine or make your own. It doesn’t matter. And of course, we can continue praising Him after 30 days. The challenge, however, is for one month, just to get us into the habit of doing things.
Now, many of us are Christians here. For sure we can do this. Let us fill Facebook with the aroma of praises for the Lord. Let us make the name of the Lord famous on Facebook. To God be the glory!
Psalm 148:14 — He has raised up for his people a horn, the praise of all his saints, of Israel, the people close to his heart. Praise the LORD.
What is praise?
1. express warm approval or admiration of.
2. express one’s respect and gratitude towards (a deity), especially in song.
Another resource: What does praising God mean?