I worship you, Lord, for you are never oblivious to all I’m going through. When I am weak, anxious, confused, and feel alone, you are my refuge, my portion in the land of the living (Psalm 142:3-5).
I sing to you, Lord, with thanksgiving in my heart for all the good and perfect gifts that have flowed down from you into my life (Psalm 147:7; James 1:17).
O Lord, I worship you for you are omnipotent. You have searched me and known me. You know me personally and you know everything about me—my thoughts, my desires, and my needs. You know me better than I know myself. The fact that you know every human being as intimately as you do is unfathomable to me (Psalm 139:1-6).
I praise you, Lord, for I know that whatever skills and abilities I have come from you (Psalm 144:1).
I worship you, Lord, as the God who moves throughout history. Your name endures forever, your renown through the ages (Psalm 135:8-13).
Lord, I worship you and thank you for your unfailing love. You love me so much you’re willing to fight for my soul. Such love moves me to worship you and serve you with all my heart (Psalm 143:12).
Lord, I worship you for your ways are always right. So for the sake of your own glory, I ask that you bring my soul out of trouble however you see fit to do so (Psalm 143:11).
Dear Lord, when I go through the dark of night, let me hear of your steadfast love in the morning and I will worship you for my trust is in you (Psalm 143:8).
When I meditate on all you have done, O Lord, and ponder the work of your hands, I can’t help but worship you from the bottom my heart (Psalm 143:5).
I give thanks to your name, Lord, and thank you for the privilege of dwelling in your presence (Psalm 140:13).