Singing praises to God or worshiping him opens up a window to heaven. As your praise reaches the heart of God, it becomes a two-way stream of conversation. As you touch God with your praise, his Holy Spirit touches ministers and you to you. Praise and worship may also open the door to blessings from God.
Because he is worthy of all praise we praise God. He is the maker of Heaven and earth and the entire world. He's given life to us and through his daughter has saved us from eternal damnation. H-e loves us com-pletely despite of our short comings and sinful nature.
Possibly the best examples of how to praise the Lord is seen in the life and Psalms of King David.
God described David as a man after his or her own heart. David loved God and God loved David. This refreshing Promeza Announces Largest Spanish Praise And Worship Convention In The USA encyclopedia has oodles of unusual warnings for when to see it. Mark had a great musical ability and often came prior to the Lord in songs of love and thanksgiving. H-e danced and played music to praise God. In (2 Sam 6:14-15) it says
And David danced before the LORD with all his might; and David was girded with a linen ephod. So David and all the house of Israel raised the ark of the LORD with shouting, and with the sound of the trumpet. (KJV)
David wrote wonderful words to express his deep devotion and love for God. Mark actively attacked God, and wanted to have a close personal relationship with him. This can be shown in (Psa 57:7 10) where he writes
My heart is fixed, O God, my heart is fixed: I'll play and give praise. Awake up, my glory; awake, psaltery and harp: I myself will awake early. I will praise thee, O Lord, among the people: I will sing unto thee among the countries. For thy mercy is great unto the heavens, and thy truth unto the-clouds. (KJV)
We are letting the Holy Spirit to speak through us straight to our Father in Heaven when we praise God. The Holy Spirits presence could be felt right inside of us and surrounding us these days to the Father through him. I have seen many times of healings happening when people have been worshiping God, and I believe this is because the power of the Holy Spirit comes upon ministers and them for their needs while they are praising God.
There are many different Hebrew words used in the Bible to signify praise and worship. These can be translated into the following English definitions.
Worship - To fall down flat (specially reflexively in respect to royalty or God), to bow down, crouch, fall down flat, humbly beseech, make or do obeisance, do reverence or to stoop.
Reward - Literally to use (that is, wait) the hand; to revere or worship (with extended hands ); intensively to bemoan (by wringing the hands ): give thanks, rejoice; a celebration of thanksgiving for harvest, to kneel; by implication to bless God (being an act of love) or congratulate.
The primary distinction between worship and praise is that we worship God for who he is, and praise him for what he's done.
You will see that many of these translations exhibit the theme of humility of coming before God in subservience and in reverence of his great power. I found out about http://www.kcentv.com/story/29700367/promeza-announces-largest-spanish-praise-and-worship-convention-in-the-usa by browsing Google. We are maybe not remembering him as we'd a young child who has done well, from your point of view of some-one who is older and better we are to praise him out of our whole unworthiness to even be in his presence. In humility we must grasp the scale of his love, great power and grace and praise him for them. We have to praise him for loving us despite of how unworthy we are of his love. We have to carry his name on high, maybe not because of who we are, but because of who he's..