an instrument of praise


I was made as an instrument.
My designer had a purpose in mind when I was created.
I was hardwired to praise.

Funny how when you take your mind off your purpose, you can find yourself far off course.

Its like sitting in a canoe, not using your oars, being spun in circles by a sudden squall. Once you use the oars, their purpose become clear, they are designed to be used as an integral part of moving in a canoe.

Not tapping into praising God leaves our soul spinning in circles, drying out without the refreshing that comes  worshipping our Designer.

Our voices were designed for sharing the positive, no matter what is going on in our lives.

Thanking God for how He is always there for us.
Praising Him for helping you through a difficult situation or season.
Worshipping Him for who He is.
Speaking words of love, life, freedom and hope.
Proclaiming the Good News.

Each instrument has an important part to play in the orchestra. Only when each plays in tune and according to their part, does the piece come alive as its author intended.

We are the instruments that need to tune in to the song we are meant to be playing.

How the song is expressed through each of us depends on our design, but how beautiful is the combined music we make when we worship together!

Ask the Designer to help you find the song He made you to sing.

Then sing it with all you’ve got, for His glory.

Published by Karla Lees

sharing Hope on the hard days for the hurting, the broken and the lonely.

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