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Saturday, June 15, 2013

Hallelujah! June 15 - Psalms 134, 146-150: Praise God, Everyone! Hallelujah!

Today’s Reading: Psalms 134, 146-150

The Message

English Standard Version


Thought to Guide Your Reading

Notice all of the instruments used to praise God.

Psalm (P)Synopsis

Psalm 134

Come bless God, everyone! May God bless us in turn!

Psalm 146

Hallelujah! Praise God! Do not trust in humans who are limited. Trust in the trustworthy, generous, gracious God who defends orphans and widows. God is in charge! Hallelujah!

Psalm 147

Hallelujah! Praise to our God is beautiful and fits Him perfectly! God put Israel back together from captivity! So we thank the God who controls the earth! Praise God! He has defended Jerusalem and helps them through the winter like no other nation on earth. Hallelujah!

Psalm 148

Hallelujah! Praise God, earth! Animals, elements, plants, weather, people old and young! Let them praise God because He is the only one worthy of praise! Hallelujah!

Psalm 149

Hallelujah! Praise God with dancing, instruments, and new songs because He arrays us in salvation! Lovers, warriors, praise God for defeating your enemies! Hallelujah!

Psalm 150

Hallelujah! Praise God everywhere for He is great! Get all of the instruments together; it's time to praise God! Hallelujah!

How Today’s Reading Contributes to the Gospel: God is Setting All Things Right

Hallelujah! God is worthy of praise! Hallelujah!

Every psalm today has the same theme. It isn't new and I've commented on it several times, so there is not much to add other than seconding their statements and going back to read them again. Praise God! Hallelujah!

Hallelujah! Praise God! Hallelujah!

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