Psalms 108:3-4

The scripture for today is Psalms 108:3-4
Ps 108:3-4 I will praise you, O LORD, among the people: and I will sing praises unto you among the nations. For your mercy is great above the heavens: and your truth reaches unto the clouds.
The unconditional determination to praise the Lord is evident in these words of David. Whether he was among his own people or in heathen nations, praises to God came from his heart. The appreciation for God’s attributes of mercy and truth compels the expression of heartfelt praise. When the knowledge of God’s goodness fills our hearts, praise is the natural expression from us to Him.
Praise is not restrained by our location or the unbelief of those around us. Our praise is to our Father in heaven and He is worthy to be praised irrespective of where we happen to be. “We must not restrain praise because we are overheard by strangers, nor because the listeners are heathen, or ungodly, or are numerous, or are likely to oppose. There may be all the more reason for our outspoken praise of God when we are in such circumstances.” Treasury of David
God’s love for us is unconditional; our praise to Him must also be unconditional. There is no season in our lives when praise is inappropriate. There is no condition or challenge that we face where praise will not only glorify God but also lift us up. When we offer praise to God, we demonstrate our appreciation for His mercy and truth and declare before heaven and earth that God is greater than our circumstances.  We are showing both the natural and spiritual world that God is great and greatly to be praised. Through praise, we establish both our love and appreciation for Him and renew our commitment of faith in His word. “Let everything that has breath praise the LORD. Praise the LORD!” Psalms 150:6
God bless you as you continue in His service.