“This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it” (Psalm 118:24).
Though many people are discussing over the best day for praising God, What is true is that each day is best suited to praise Him. David says “This is the day the Lord has made.” It is God who has created all the days, and Satan has not created even one day.
All those, who have the faith that ‘God has made this day for me’ in their hearts, will praise God. God has taken away the stony heart from you and has given you a heart of flesh. Now you get poured with the Holy Spirit and are provided with a heart of flesh, you need to keep on praising Him always, for everything.
Let every day be a day of rejoicing arising out of praise, for you. There is a valid reason for you to praise God. That reason is that God remains with you every day; He holds your arm and guides you; He is with you always, even to the end of the age.
Further, whatever things happen in your life, God will make all those things to be best for you (Romans 8:28). Even if one suffers in jail like Joseph, be assured that there is a good thing hidden in it. One day, you also will be elevated like him to a level of a governor.
There will be a good thing for you, even when you get thrown into a lion’s den. The mouths of the lions will be tied. Even when you get thrown into burning flames, there will be a good thing for you. Jesus Christ will descend and stroll with you. So, even if the fig tree may not blossom, nor fruit be on the vines and there be no herd in the barn, you will praise God and rejoice every day. He is your fountain of love.
Not only for all good things but also you will have to praise God for all people (I Timothy 2:1). The reason is that God is one to make every man shine. By no means, He casts out any man. He is powerful to turn any terrible foe into your friend of the soul. So, may you be praising Him. Dear children of God, may you praise Him wholeheartedly. Right now, He will do a miracle for you.
To meditate: “I will bless the Lord at all times;His praise shall continually be in my mouth” (Psalm 34:1).