To whet your appetite for the Psalms, here are some early lessons:
stability in the Lord (Psalm 1:1-2);
service for the Lord (Psalm 2:11);
the Lord (Psalm 3:8);
sanctification from the Lord (4:4-5);
singing to the
Lord (Psalm 8:4);
strength in the Lord (Psalm 9:9).
These are some of the blessings
promised to those who 'delight in the law of the Lord' (Psalm 1:1-2). With a God
like this - full of so much blessing for us - what else can we do but
rejoice in Him?
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