I praise you, O God, for you have ransomed my life from the pit and redeemed me for yourself (Psalm 49:15).
I worship you, O Lord God, for you are gracious and merciful, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love. You are patient, always ready to relent from sending the punishment I deserve. I praise you for your steadfast love and abundant mercy and thank you that you have blotted out my transgressions. O God of my salvation, I sing aloud of your righteousness. For you made him to be sin who knew no sin, so that in him we night become the righteousness of God. O Lord, open my lips, and my mouth will declare your praise (Joel 2:13; Psalm 51:1, 14-15; 2 Corinthians 5:21).
I worship you, Lord, for you are my God forever and ever. I look to you as my one true guide to the end of time (Psalm 48:14).
I worship you, Lord. Your name and your praise reach to the ends of the earth. Your right hand is filled with righteousness (Psalm 48:10).
Lord, when I think about your steadfast love for me—try to grasp the depth of your great love–I am moved to worship you (Psalm 48:9).
Great are you, Lord, and greatly to be praised! (Psalm 48:1).
Lord, I worship you for you sit highly exalted on your holy throne and reign over all the nations (Psalm 47:8-9).
Lord, I sing your praises for you are King over all the earth (Psalm 47:6-7).
I shout a loud praise song of joy to you, O Lord Most High, for you are a great king over all the earth, worthy of my utmost reverence (Psalm 47:1-2).
Lord, every time I am quiet in your presence, I am assured that you are indeed God and I exalt you among the nations and over all the earth (Psalm 46:19).