Sing unto the Lord

Psalm 105:1-5 O give thanks unto the LORD; call upon his name: make known his deeds among the people. Sing unto him, sing psalms unto him: talk ye of all his wondrous works. Glory ye in his holy name: let the heart of them rejoice that seek the LORD. Seek the LORD, and his strength: seek his face evermore. Remember his marvellous works that he hath done; his wonders, and the judgments of his mouth;

Look who we are singing to! The words His or Him are used 8 times in 5 short verses. The word Lord is used 3 times in the same verses. The command is to sing unto the Lord.

First we give thanks-He is everything. He blesses us, protects us, has saved us! He is everything.

Since we know who He is and what He does we call on Him in prayer. He is a prayer hearing and answering God. So call on Him.

Tell people about Him and all that He has done. He should be the subject of our conversation. We love Him and we want the world to know.

We sing to Him. When you are in the church services lift your voices and hearts and sing. When you are alone in the car, at home, anywhere take the time to sing to Him. Tell Him of your love. Tell Him in song how much you praise Him.

Talk about His wonderful works, not about yours but His. Talk about how He is blessing and moving. Make much of Jesus.

Glory in Him. Brag about Him. Be so proud of Him that it consumes your heart, your thoughts and your conversation.

You can be glad that you are seeking Him because you know that it is worth it. He is worthy of our investment in Him and in loving Him. We will find joy in making much of Him.

Seek Him in every way that you can. Set aside time for prayer and Bible study. Set aside time for worship services. Set aside time to meditate on how great and good He is. Seek to find what He would have you to do and invest your life in it.

Remember, think about, go over again and again all that He has done in the past. That will only strengthen you and give you great joy. It will help you right now with whatever you are facing in the future. Think about Him and what He has done. Spend some memory moments.

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