The Best Ways to Celebrate God Everyday

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Everything about God is worth celebrating. Observe. Remember. Proclaim. Praise. Celebrate God every day, every where in every thing!

You and I are used to worshipping God, but when is the last time you celebrated Him?

Celebrate means to:

1. observe (a day) or commemorate (an event) with ceremonies or festivities
2. to make known publicly; proclaim
3. to praise widely or to present to widespread and favorable public notice
4. to perform a ceremony or service
5. to have or participate with a party

I love the Message translation of Philippians 4:4

Celebrate God all day, every day. I mean, revel in Him!

Everything about God is worth celebrating . . . who He is, what He’s done and continues to do, and how He keeps His promises. (He always has and He always will.)

A perfect example of God being true to His word is Jesus’ fulfillment of Old Testament Prophecy. 354 prophecies—each fulfilled in the life of Jesus. You can read the whole list here.

For now, the following are some of my favorites:

Then Isaiah said, “Listen well, you royal family of David! Isn’t it enough to exhaust human patience? Must you exhaust the patience of my God as well? All right then, the Lord himself will give you the sign. Look! The virgin will conceive a child! She will give birth to a son and will call him Immanuel (which means ‘God is with us’). Isaiah 7:13–14 – fulfilled in Luke 1

For a child is born to us,
    a son is given to us.
The government will rest on his shoulders.
    And He will be called:
Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God,
    Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace.
His government and its peace
    will never end.
He will rule with fairness and justice from the throne
of His ancestor David 
for all eternity.
The passionate commitment of the Lord of Heaven’s Armies
    will make this happen!
Isaiah 9:6–7
fulfilled in multiple New Testament chapters and verses

When He sees all that is accomplished by His anguish, He will be satisfied. And because of His experience, my righteous servant will make it possible for many to be counted righteous, for He will bear all their sins. Isaiah 53:11 – fulfilled in John 12

God promised a Savior immediately after the first sin.

The Lord God said to the snake, “Because you did this, a curse will be put on you. You will be cursed as no other animal, tame or wild, will ever be. You will crawl on your stomach, and you will eat dust all the days of your life. I will make you and the woman enemies to each other. Your descendants and her descendants will be enemies. One of her descendants will crush your head, and you will bite His heel. Genesis 3:14–15

Salvation is found in no one else [Jesus], for there is no other name under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved. Acts 4:11–12

God’s promises from the beginning were planned, given, and fulfilled in Jesus. Reason to celebrate. Not just on Christmas and Easter, but every moment of every day.

So let me ask you again.

When is the last time you celebrated God? Who He is? What He’s done? What you know He will do in the future?

Are you observing and remembering? Proclaiming and praising?

Ways to Celebrate God Everyday

Turn up the music – sing loud and dance with joy . . . praising God just because you can.

Keep a blessing journal – write down what God is doing in your life.

Observe blessing anniversaries – mark your calendar and celebrate anniversaries of God’s activity. (Rev and I count bonus days since God saved His life 7 years ago.)

Create a quiet corner – set up a quiet space in your home where you can be away from noise and technology. A place to pray, read, and fellowship with God.

Invite God to every gathering – set a place, begin with prayer, and make Him known. Celebrate Him by allowing friends and family know He is a welcome and present at everything.

Smile – admit it, you know believers who go around grumpy and complaining. Don’t be like them. Smile. Be welcoming and inviting. Be ready to tell people why you’re happy. Paul said, “Always be ready to tell everyone who asks you why you believe as you do.” 1 Peter 3:15

Yesterday I encouraged you to celebrate the little things. Today . . . stop and remember that every little thing is a gift from God. Answered prayer, moments of protection, milestones, etc. Everything blessing is a reason to celebrate God.

Celebrate God.
    Sing together—everyone!
    All you honest hearts, raise the roof!
Psalm 32:11

How do you and your family celebrate God?

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14 thoughts on “The Best Ways to Celebrate God Everyday

    1. Yay! It’s a great way to remember and celebrate what God is doing in our lives. Thanks so much for visiting and stopping to say hello.

  1. Great ideas here! I have a “blessings journal” that I call my thankfulness journal in which I record things I am grateful for. I like the idea of celebrating certain days (other than obvious Christian holidays) with our family. I’m your neighbor today over at Unite link up.

    1. Thanks for visiting Cheryl. I’m with you . . . so many great reasons to celebrate beyond just the typical holidays. Many blessings to you!

  2. I’ve been keeping a prayer journal faithfully since the start of Lent. It is a great way to focus on God and His blessings first thing in the morning. Always gets my day off to a celebratory start!
    Blessings, Deb!

  3. Good reminder Deb, I try to remember to be grateful for all He has done. Good and bad. Hills and valleys. It is not always easy but essential. I know celebrating Him focuses me on a whole new perspective.

  4. I never thought about “celebrating Jesus”. Certainly worshipping, praising, seeking, but sadly never celebrating.

    Thank you for sharing wonderful ways to celebrate Jesus every day. I especially liked your suggestion to celebrate “Blessings Anniversaries”! Our faith is certainly boosted when we remember ALL that He has done.

  5. Deb, I had a wonderful time of celebration this past Saturday as I got to stay home and play house all day without any appointments or commitments. I listened to praise music on Pandora all day and just basked in the Father’s love! It was awesome. I’m your neighbor (#45) at WWI today!

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