Watching the world news this week has been heart-wrenching as we saw pictures of men, women, and children die from a chemical attack on their town in Syria. With retaliation by our country last night, our hearts are grieving even more at a world-wide situation that can seem out-of-control.

As I was making my breakfast this morning, I was listening and worshipping with the Hillsong new album – Let There Be Light. This phrase in the song Behold sent my praise soaring:

Watch as the clouds He rides swing low
Lift up the sound
As He makes our praise His throne

My Victorious King Jesus rides in a chariot made from clouds, and flies upon the wings of the wind. (Psalm 104:3) And as I lift up praise, sing with all my heart, give a shout-out to God, and lift my heart toward heaven with prayer for the nations – He swings low and makes my praise His throne!

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So be encouraged, my friends. Be a part of what is happening today in our country, and the world, by lifting your eyes toward the clouds and lifting prayer and praise heavenward. 

Let all that I am praise the Lord.

O Lord my God, how great you are!
You are robed with honor and majesty.
You are dressed in a robe of light.
You stretch out the starry curtain of the heavens;
you lay out the rafters of your home in the rain clouds.
You make the clouds your chariot;
you ride upon the wings of the wind. . .

May the glory of the Lord continue forever!
The Lord takes pleasure in all he has made!

The earth trembles at his glance;
the mountains smoke at his touch.

I will sing to the Lord as long as I live.
I will praise my God to my last breath!

Psalm 104: 1-3, 31-33 NLT

Becky Meyerson

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Becky Meyerson is passionate about writing and teaching from the Word of God. She is a licensed pastor, has served in churches for over 30 years, and has two published devotionals. Becky is a wife, mom, and Nana. She loves to garden, try new recipes, and gather family and friends around her table. You can find her latest adventures in faith, food, and family on her website:

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