All creation speaks to us of gift, beauty, and salvation, and we are called to be attentive to God's involvement in it.
We are called to share the psalmist's energy in his relationship with God. From morning to night God's praise should resound from us--His faithful ones.
We live in a wondrous creation. We can never adequately respond to the beauty, brilliance, variety, and elegance that God has prepared for our enjoyment.
The psalms provide a context for all of us to meet God. Proclaiming the psalms is part of our purpose in life.
Each one of us is called to proclaim the glory of God. It's part of being friends with Him. It's part of our vocation.
All blessing that might come to us comes from God. Seeking for it out of our own resources is an exercise in futility.
In manifesting His salvation, God assures His people of their worth. He makes them know how important they are to Him.
Psalm 2 calls on God's enemies to stand before the Son in fear but also to rejoice in His presence. The Son is our Lord Jesus Christ, who is our risen Savior.
The Church continues to present the good news of salvation in a thoughtful and orderly way. It is up to us to accept it.
The words of Psalm 67 pray that God's salvation may be known among all the nations of the earth, that all the ends of the earth might praise Him and obey Him.