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 Unlimited Praise for a Limitless God!
Over the course of the next three days, I will post parts of a commentary on Psalm 148-150 by Sam Storms of Enjoying God Ministries. Here is Part 1: Psalms 148-150 are too lengthy for me to include in the text of this meditation, and too important for any of us to ignore. So I … More Sam Storms: “Worship is a universal privilege.”
Sam Storms, of Enjoying God Ministries, comments in an article, I Will Lift Up My Hands! (Psalm 63:4) So I will bless you as long as I live; in your name I will lift up my hands. On more than one occasion I’ve been asked: “Sam, why do you lift your hands when you worship?” … More Sam Storms on Psalm 63: “No, you need not raise your hands to worship God. But why wouldn’t you want to?”
According to Dr. Sam Storms of Enjoying God Ministries, Psalm 51 has a special message for several groups of people. He introduces his article, When Mercy Scrubs Clean the Soul, like this: First, Psalm 51 is for those who have never come to grips with the horror of human sin and the magnitude of divine grace. Often … More Sam Storms on Psalm 51
Sam Storms, in his “Meditations on the Psalms” series writes of Psalm 46- Ein feste burg ist unser Gott! Say what? Well, that’s how Martin Luther would have written it in his famous hymn: “A mighty fortress is our God, A bulwark never failing; He, amid the flood Of mortal ills prevailing.” There can be … More Martin Luther: Ein feste burg ist unser Gott!
Sam Storms of Enjoying God Ministries writes this in an introduction to a lengthy article on Psalm 33, which I encourage you to read if you have time. Click here: This psalm is a reminder to us that there need never, ever be a crisis in confidence for the Christian. The dollar may rise and … More Sam Storms: a hymn of confidence, a song of faith, a poem about the grounds for our hope
Job 20:12-14 “Though evil is sweet in his mouth, though he hides it under his tongue, though he is loath to let it go and holds it in his mouth,yet his food is turned in his stomach; it is the venom of cobras within him. Sam Storms, of Enjoying God Ministries, comments: Zophar uses vivid imagery in … More Need moral Tums?