The focus of praise

Here is Part 2 from a commentary on Psalm 148-150 by Sam Storms of Enjoying God Ministries: Second, the focus of such adoration is always and ever God alone for who he is and what he’s done. We do not worship the world or revere the reflection. We fix our hearts on the Original, the … More The focus of praise

He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.

The Lord builds up Jerusalem;  he gathers the outcasts of Israel. He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds. He determines the number of the stars; he gives to all of them their names. Great is our Lord, and abundant in power; his understanding is beyond measure. The Lord lifts up the humble; he casts the wicked to the ground. —Psalm 147:2-6 … More He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds.

Spurgeon: Here I have to sigh and praise, but there I shall only sing and praise.

    I will praise the LORD as long as I live;         I will sing praises to my God while I have my being.  —Psalm 146:2 ESV Charles H. Spurgeon, in “The Treasury of David” While I live I’ll love; and while I breathe I’ll bless. It is but for a while, and … More Spurgeon: Here I have to sigh and praise, but there I shall only sing and praise.

Who alone is great?

Sam Storms’ meditation on the greatness of God can be found at Enjoying God Ministries: David begins with God’s greatness (vv. 3, 6b), a word that is horribly overused in our day and applied to anything from deodorant to the most obnoxious professional athlete. Historically, many have taken the adjective Great and made it part of their name: Alexander the … More Who alone is great?