For example, Let’s Just Praise The Lord, by the Gaithers, was very popular for several years and is still well-known today. It’s not a terrible chorus; it is just that the object of its praise is vague and so the song has a comfortable, universal appeal; It can be used and enjoyed by almost anyone who believes in a god but has no saving knowledge of the One True Living God of the Bible.
At this point, the writer reveals the triune nature of our God; He is the ONE God who created us, the Savior who redeemed us, and the Comforter who indwells us and hold us all together.
Real praise and worship, as the final lines of this hymn imply, engages our minds with a knowledge of Who He is and why we worship Him. If He is to be the object of our worship, our focus must be on Him; we must extol His attributes and His works. PRAISE THE ONE WHO BREAKS THE DARKNESS