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"And suddenly there was with the angel a multitude of the heavenly host

praising God and saying: “Glory to God in the highest, And on earth peace,

goodwill toward men!”" (LUKE 2:13-14 NKJV)


The announcement of the birth of Jesus the Savior by the angels to the shepherds

was followed by "a multitude of the heavenly host praising God . . ." They gave

God glory "in the highest" and declared upon humanity "peace, goodwill toward

men." The angels were praising God, not for what God had done for them, but for

the gift of His Son to and for us.

Now if the angels, who Jesus did not come to save, can praise God, surely we who

Jesus was born for, lived for, died for and was resurrected for, can and should

praise Him. If the angels can praise Him, we who are the redeemed because of

Him, ought to praise Him even more.

1. Have you given God praise today?

2. Can you look beyond what you are feeling and/or faced with and just lift up

praise to God for Jesus?

Don't let the troubles of the day or life robe you of your praise. Don't let people,

haters or enemies, frustrate you out of your praise. You have too much to be

thankful for. Just think of His goodness to you. Think of all of God's blessings in

your life and praise Him. Don't let anything steal your joy today. Just remind

yourself, "Jesus did not come for the angels, He came for me, and IF THE


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