Praise Looks Good on You (8 of 8) by Jeff Lynn
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Series: Summer in the Psalms
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As we started this series I told you that we were going to look at various themes throughout the psalms; and I think we have accomplished that.
In Psalm 1 we saw how to be happy, happy, happy.
"Blessed is the man who does not walk in the counsel of the wicked, nor stand in the way of sinners, nor sit in the seat of scoffers; but his delight is in the Law of the Lord, and on His Law he meditates both day and night.
In Psalm 8 we saw how insignificant we could seem to be in light of the majesty of God; but how God has created us for significance.
In Psalm 15 we looked at how to be a guest in God's house, and asked the question, "Are You at Home With God"?
In Psalm 23 we asked, "Are you a part of God's flock?" and saw how God cares for us as the Shepherd if we have confessed Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior.
In Psalm 51 we realized what we should do when confronted with our sin and saw how merciful God is.
In Psalm 77 we saw how Asaph navigated through doubt and distress, asking the question, "God, Where Are You?"
Last week, in Psalm 107 we celebrated and made declarations about God's steadfast love.
"Let the redeemed of the Lord say so!"
This morning, as we conclude this series, we are looking at the 33rd Psalm, which is a congregational song of praise that arose out of some national deliverance or special event in the life of Israel.
I think, for the most part, this is what we think of when we think of the psalms: praise and adulation of God.
As we've done all throughout this series, let's stand and recite a portion of this psalm; the first 3 verses:
Shout for joy in the LORD, O you righteous! Praise befits the upright. Give thanks to the LORD with the lyre; make melody to him with the harp of ten strings! Sing to him a new song; play skillfully on the strings, with loud shouts.
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