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Psalm 105:1-11 (3:26)

by Jason Silver (played 17 times)

 

I love verse four of this Psalm, and I suspect it's the key to the rest of the song! Verse four tells us to seek the Lord, and to seek his strength, and to seek his presence CONTINUALLY.

What would happen to our lives, I wonder, if we were to really seek his presence not just on Sunday mornings when we're in church, but CONTINUALLY? How would our lives be transformed? What would be different about how we interact with other people?

Imagine being so aware of the presence of God that you could honestly and passionately celebrate his judgements! At least for me, judgements and celebration don't really seem to go hand-in-hand. First of all, I don't think I want to be judged (without the blood of Jesus clearing the way, anyway), and second of all, it doesn't seem right to relish in judgement against someone else.

But if we're so full of God's presence, so aware of his deeds among us, mindful of all the wonderful works he's done, then we'll truly know the loving character of our God! His judgements will seem beautiful to us, because we'll know the compassion and constancy behind them!

Remember, God will never forgot his covenant, the one he commanded for a thousand generations, the one he made with Abraham, and his sworn promise to Isaac, and confirmed with Jacob!! We will inherit the land!

Amen

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Lyrics

O give thanks to the Lord,
Call upon his name,
And make known his deeds among the people.
Sing to him, sing praise;
Praises to him now,
Tell of all his wonderful works.
Glory in his holy name;
Let the hearts of those who seek the Lord rejoice.

Seek the Lord and his strength;
Seek his presence now.
Seek his presence continually.
And remember all, all the works he's done,
Miracles, the judgements he's made,
Offspring of his Abraham,
And the children of Jacob, chosen ones.

He is the Lord our God;
He is the Lord our God;
He is the Lord our God;
His judgements are in all the earth.

He is mindful of,
Of his covenant forever,
Of the word that he commanded, always,
The covenant he made
Made with Abraham,
His sworn promise to His children,
An everlasting covenant,
Saying, ‘To you I will give the land Canaan.’

He is the Lord our God;
He is the Lord our God;
He is the Lord our God;
His judgements are in all the earth.