A vow is a solemn promise. Vows are promises that you hope to perform or pay in some way. When people marry, they usually write their own marriage vows to one another.
The psalmist David made many vows to Me. He prayed that he could perform his vows to Me. One of the ways he performed his vows to Me was by singing praises to Me. He also performed his vows to Me by offering thanksgiving to Me.
The psalmist encouraged others to pay their vows to Me when he wrote: "Vow, and pay unto the Lord your God; let all that be round about him bring presents to Him that ought to be feared." I love to hear your praises, thanksgiving, and worship, but the major way you can pay your vows to Me is by offering the members of your body daily to Me so that the very members of your body can become instruments of My righteousness, peace, joy and love. You are the best present I could ever receive.
PSALM 61:8;, 50:14; ROMANS 6:13