Today’s Key Scripture (all references NKJV unless otherwise noted)

Give unto the Lord the glory due unto his name; worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness.

— Psalm 29:2, KJV

Supplication always leads to adoration. After you confess who God is, and after your petition has been presented, then peace begins to fill your soul, and you will enter into deeper worship as you spend time with Him.

The Bible gives us many examples of the names, facets, and nature of God the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit for us to express adoration.

God, the great “I AM” (Exodus 3:14), is referred to by many different names throughout the Bible, each with a specific meaning and application, from “Almighty God” (Genesis 17:1) to “the most High” (Psalm 91:9).

Titles and names used for our Lord Jesus Christ include “the Prince of Peace” (Isaiah 9:6), “the bread of life” (John 6:48), and “the light of the world” (John 8:12).

Likewise, the Holy Spirit has a variety of names throughout Scripture—including the Helper and Comforter.

This variety of titles is not meant to cause confusion, but to help us understand the countless wonderful facets of Almighty God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit. Rightly understood, these names help us know who He really is and what He can do in our lives. They help reveal His character and His nature for us to adore.

A Prayer for Today:

Father, receive my thanks for the abundant life You have given to me. I adore You. I exalt every facet of Your nature. I long to know You better, to see You through spiritual eyes, and to understand You in ways I can’t begin to imagine humanly. Lead me in Your path. Draw me deeper into Your presence. Direct my steps. I will seek to glorify You alone—today and forever. Please accept my prayer of adoration, dear Lord, for it is in Your Name that I lift my heart to You, Amen!