Posted by: Frederick Cornwell Sanders | 2013/11/02

“Let all….” by Rick Sanders

Psalm 137

Psalm 137 (Photo credit: Mouse)

A good attitude helps us get through each day. David, King of Israel, knew this as well. In his Psalms there is much praise about many things. They, at times, look like gratitude lists. Yet,  this activity of praise lifted up a discouraged king formerly an outcast by Saul, who was king before David.

In Psalm 104, there is a line that sums up David’s praise, good attitude, and gratitude:

“Let all that I am praise the LORD.” (NLT)

His whole being is used for gratifying God.

How often do we use all of our Christian being to praise the Lord?

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