There are questions that are so large yet so simple. In Psalm 106, it is asked, “Who can ever praise him enough?” We all know the answer is no one. No one can ever praise God enough for who he is or for what he has done. If we ask ourselves if we praise God enough, we get into compartmentalizing our lives and we will admit we fall short. But when we ask who could ever praise him enough, it considers the vastness of people—every person out there in the world. No one, not I or anyone else, can ever praise him enough. Wow.
No matter how much praise you give to the Lord, it is never enough. He always deserves more. The only thing we can do is live a life of praise and worship to him. We do away with compartmentalizing. We do away with thinking things out so meticulously. We simply do everything for Jesus. As Paul said, in everything we do, we do it as if doing it for the Lord. Start that and little by little it’ll be more prevalent in your life. You won’t even realize it because it will slowly be changing you into who you were meant to be in life.
You don’t have to complicate your relationship with Christ. Just sit back and ask yourself, “Who can list the glorious miracles of the LORD? Who can ever praise him enough?” The great I AM. Our Abba Father. Lord of Lord. King of Kings. Our Savior. Point to Him. Lift your hands to Him.
“Who can list the glorious miracles of the LORD? Who can ever praise him enough?” – Psalm 106:2 [NLT]
There are moments when we look at our problems and they seem so big. Rather than say, “My God is bigger than my problems,” we focus on the problem which causes worry and anxiety.
In today’s verse, we read “this is only a simple thing for the LORD.” Only a simple thing. We need to remind ourselves daily that our God can do the impossible. Something that we consider difficult is “only a simple thing.” Something that we cannot do alone is “only a simple thing” for Him.
God is our Creator. He formed everything. He knows everything. As Romans 11:36 reminds us, “… everything comes from him and exists by his power and is intended for his glory” (NLT). Remember this today. You might be facing a big problem in your life right now, but for God it’s only a simple thing. Put it in His hands and feel the peace that He alone can provide.
“But this is only a simple thing for the LORD, for he will make you victorious over the army of Moab!” – 2 Kings 3:18 [NLT]