In Hebrews chapter three, the author quotes from Psalm 95. Both he and David, who wrote Psalm 95, held up the Israelites in the desert as a negative example. The people God brought out of slavery in Egypt refused to receive Hi’s promise and step into the Promised Land because of hard-hearted unbelief. They saw the glory of God on Mt. Sinai and in the wilderness, but they failed to respond to Him in the way He deserved.
What did you learn in Psalm 95:1-7 about the proper response to God? Why does He deserve this response?
What can you learn from this example to help you respond properly to God?
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What a beautiful Psalm. I love reading it! I need to praise God more in my life. I need to praise him for the sheer fact that I am breathing right now. I am afraid I have been selfish in my praise…I need to live in a state of praise!
Our God is the God of all — He is the author of our salvation , He is mighty, strong, loving, creative and more! We can trust Him to take care of us. Let’s remember to always praise Him, not only for what He has done for us…but for what and who He IS!
Praising Him, Joan
Tracy, none of us praise God like we should. Though I do believe the more we study about and understand more about who God is then we will praise Him more!
Thank you Joan, I am praising Him with you this morning!