'Praise' Elevation Worship With Elevation Choir

Listen to Elevation Worship with the Elevation Choir perform the upbeat and joyful worship song ‘Praise.’

“Praise the Lord, oh my soul, praise the Lord, oh my soul, I’ll praise cause You’re sovereign
Praise cause You reign, praise cause You rose and defeated the grave
I’ll praise cause You’re faithful, praise cause You’re true, praise cause there’s nobody
Greater than You, praise the Lord, oh my soul, praise the Lord, oh my soul”

What a great song that reminds us that all creation should praise God and that praise should extend beyond times of joy. Praise can be expressed in both times of happiness and times of difficulty. In the valleys and the mountaintops, in the highs and lows of life, God is sovereign and worthy of all our praise!

The writers of ‘Praise’ are Brandon Lake, Chandler Moore, Chris Brown, Cody Carnes, Pat Barrett, and Steven Furtick. And one of the main scripture references that they used in the lyrics is from Psalm 150:6 – “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Praise the Lord.”

Many people online shared about how much this video of the song ‘Praise’ lifted their spirits.

“I’ve missed hearing choirs singing so much! Thank you Jesus for voices that lift for Your glory! Praise the Lord indeed,” writes one person online.

“Y'all never fail to bless us with your masterpieces. God bless you and your ministry abundantly,” comments another person on YouTube.

May this song fill our souls and remind us that as long as there is breath in our lungs, there will always be a reason to praise the Lord. May we be reminded that God's presence and faithfulness are constant, regardless of our circumstances.

We hope that you enjoyed listening to Elevation Worship along with the Elevation Choir perform the song ‘Praise’ today!

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