#179 Psalms 96-102


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Day 179 of the podcast, reading Psalms 96-102 NET, read along at:

This is day 179 of our journey.

Today we read 7 short psalms that summon the world to praise our just creator God.

Psalm 96 summons everyone to praise the Lord, the sovereign creator of the world who preserves and promotes justice in the earth.

In Psalm 97, the psalmist depicts the Lord as the sovereign, just king of the world who comes in power and vindicates his people.

Psalm 98 summons the whole earth to praise God for the way that he has revealed his justice and delivered Israel.

In Psalm 99, the psalmist celebrates the Lord's just rule and recalls how he revealed himself to Israel's leaders.

Psalm 100 celebrates the fact that Israel has a special relationship with God and summons His worshipers to praise the Lord for his faithfulness.

In Psalm 101, David promises to promote justice in his land and vows to rid his royal court of evildoers.

In Psalm 102, the psalmist laments his oppressed state, but longs for a day when the Lord will restore Jerusalem and vindicate his suffering people.

Join me in Psalms 96-102 and praise the King!

Key verses:

Psalms 96:7
Ascribe to the Lord, O families of the nations, ascribe to the Lord splendor and strength!

Psalms 97:9
For you, O Lord, are the Most High over the whole earth; you are elevated high above all gods.

Psalms 98:1
A psalm. Sing to the Lord a new song, for he performs amazing deeds!His right hand and his mighty arm accomplish deliverance.

Psalms 99:9
Praise the Lord our God!Worship on his holy hill, for the Lord our God is holy!

Psalms 100:2
Worship the Lord with joy!Enter his presence with joyful singing!

Psalms 101:4
I will have nothing to do with a perverse person; I will not permit evil.

Psalms 102:12
But you, O Lord, rule forever, and your reputation endures.

All Scriptures are from the NET.

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