Bless the Lord

Morning Service
Nov 28, 2021

God’s people are commanded to bless the Lord by remembering and thanking Him for all He has done. This is for our benefit, not to feed God’s ego. In this study of Psalm 103:1-8, we discover how praising God reminds us of all that He is and can do—and all that we are in Him. Don’t settle for mundane, spiritually lukewarm worship. Offer wholehearted thanksgiving to God who fulfills His promises and crowns our lives with mercy and love.

Topics: Christian Thinking, Faithfulness of God, Grace of God, Thanksgiving, Worship

Deuteronomy 8:11-14 Psalm 103:1-8


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