"Every praise is to our God. Every word of worship, in one accord.
Every Praise, every praise, is to our God."
boy was abducted from his front yard—taken by someone who meant him harm.
...ordered by his captor “not to say anything.”
...instead of speaking, the child begins to sing a song he heard in church.
. . . the boy sings.
. . .the boy continues to sing.
. . . he sings for three hours.
. . . he sings until his captor lets him go, unharmed.
When he was interviewed on the Arsenio Hall Show, Willie Myrick—now 10 years old—said that he never doubted that God would deliver him. His song was an expression of his young, but strong, faith.
What songs do we sing when we are held captive by doubt, by fear, by disappointment? Do we allow those forces that abduct our joy, our happiness, and our contentment to have their evil way? Like Willie, we may have to sing our way out of bondage.
If so, let us sing, and let us continue to sing for as long as it takes.
Let us give God every praise.
Sing Hallelujah to our God. Glory hallelujah is to our God. Every praise, every praise, is to our God!