Introduction: what is exalting?
Exalting means to praise someone or something highly. When we exalt God, we are recognizing all that He is and all that He has done. We are also recognizing that He is worthy of our praise. Psalm 148:1-6 says, “Praise the Lord. Praise the Lord from the heavens; praise Him in the heights. Praise Him, all His angels; praise Him, all His heavenly hosts. Praise Him, sun and moon; praise Him, all you stars of light. Praise Him, you highest heavens and you waters above the heavens. Let them praise the name of the Lord, for He commanded and they were created.
What are the biblical examples of exalting?
The biblical examples of exalting are found throughout scripture. The first example is when God exalts humanity in the book of Genesis. He creates us in His own image and calls us to be stewards over all of His creation. We see another example of exaltation when Jesus is crowned with thorns and crucified. Despite His humiliation, He is exalted as the King of kings and Lord of lords. Finally, we see an example of exaltation when the Holy Spirit comes down on Pentecost and empowers the early church to preach the gospel to all nations. These examples remind us that God often chooses to exalt those who are humble and obedient to Him.
What does it mean to exalt someone?
Exalt (verb): to raise in rank, status, or character; to glorify.
The definition of exalting someone is clear—to raise them up. But what does that mean? What does it look like to exalt someone?
In order to answer that question, we need to take a step back and understand what it means to be exalted. Biblically speaking, being exalted means being given a position of great authority and honor. God Himself is exalted, and Jesus is the ultimate example of one who was exalted. He was given a position of great power and glory, and He is now seated at the right hand of God Almighty.
So what does it mean to exalt someone? It means to give them a position of great authority and honor. It means elevating them above others and raising them up in stature.
What are the benefits of being exalted?
There are many benefits to being exalted. One of the most important is that you become a member of the celestial race. This means you can be resurrected after you die and go to heaven. You also become a god or goddess and can create your own world. Other benefits include having a perfect body, living forever, and having all your needs provided for.
Conclusion: why should we exalt God?
When it comes to the topic of exalting God, there are many reasons why we should do this. First and foremost, by exalting Him we are honoring who He is—the one and only true God. We are also recognizing all that He has done for us, both in the past and present. Additionally, when we exalt God, it draws others to Him as they see our love for Him and desire to know more about Him. Finally, exalting God brings glory to Him and allows us to experience His blessings in our lives.