In answering questions about worshiping God like where, why, how, and who should worship, Psalm 150 shows the limitless possibilities in worship. Too often we confine worship to a certain time and place, to be done in a set way.
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Let’s read through Psalm 150 and note what it teaches us about worship.
Praise the LORD. Praise God in his sanctuary; praise him in his mighty heavens. (Ps. 150:1)
Answers the Question Where, letting us know that worshiping God isn’t limited to a house of worship (church) or any other place.
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Praise him for his acts of power; praise him for his surpassing greatness. (Ps. 150:2)
Answers the Question Why, making clear the limitless reasons to worship as His greatness surpasses our ability to comprehend
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Praise him with the sounding of the trumpet, praise him with the harp and lyre, praise him with timbrel and dancing, praise him with the strings and pipe, praise him with the clash of cymbals, praise him with resounding cymbals. (Ps. 150:3-5)
Answers the Question How, showing that worship isn’t limited to any one means.
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Let everything that has breath praise the LORD. Praise the LORD. (Ps. 150:6)
Answers the Question Who should Worship, letting us know there’s no limitation on who will worship, young or old. As we read elsewhere, one day even unbelievers will bow in acknowledgement of who God is and that He is worthy of praise (Phil. 2:9-11).
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Note that Psalm 150 does not specifically answer the question of “when” to worship. It only makes sense to assume that because of the limitless possibilities of where, why, and how to worship, when we worship would be the same — at any time of the day, every day. Such worship would turn into a lifestyle of worshiping God in both the good and bad times of life.