“Then we your people, the sheep of your pasture, will praise you forever; from generation to generation we will proclaim your praise.” Psalm 79:13
When you read the Psalms, you quickly notice that most of the psalms focus on the need for a miracle. Each psalm goes back and forth from a sincere call to God for a miracle, and the joyful response of a miracle realized.
However, what should the response be after we receive a miracle?
Are we quick to forget the impact of that miracle? Do we remember how desperate we were when we cried out to God and continue to live our lives as a response to that miracle?
The end of Psalm 79 says. “Then we your people, the sheep of your pasture, will praise you forever; from generation to generations we will proclaim your praise.”
When we receive a miracle, we must remember and express our gratitude by praising God.
Captain Rickenbacker teaches us that not only should we praise God with our lips but to also praise God with our actions.
When we remember the miracles that God has done for us and give back to His purpose, we not only bring glory to His name, but we contribute to his Kingdom as well.