Psalms of Honesty and Truth

I only have one question for us this morning. What will we do today that will make God smile? Seriously. Think about it. Take all the time you need. Make it personal. What will I do today that will cause our Father in Heaven to smile and maybe say, “Oh, look at that one, she loves Me so much.”?

Psalm 67, A song of praise and thanksgiving to God who extends His mercy and grace for us, for our nation.

For the choir director: A song. A psalm, to be accompanied by stringed instruments.

1 May God be merciful and bless us.
May his face smile with favor on us. Interlude

2 May your ways be known throughout the earth,
your saving power among people everywhere.

3 May the nations praise you, O God.
Yes, may all the nations praise you.

4 Let the whole world sing for joy,
because you govern the nations with justice
and guide the people of the whole world. Interlude

5 May the nations praise you, O God.
Yes, may all the nations praise you.

6 Then the earth will yield its harvests,
and God, our God, will richly bless us.

7 Yes, God will bless us,
and people all over the world will fear him.


Live gratefully expectant today and always!
In Jesus Name, Amen!

About randscallawayffm

Randy and Susan co founded Finding Focus Ministries in 2006. Their goal as former full time pastors, is to serve and provide spiritual encouragement and focus to those on the "front lines" of ministry. Extensive experience being on both sides of ministry, paid and volunteer, on the mission fields of other countries as well as the United States, helps them bring a different perspective to those who need it most. Need a lift? Call us 260 229 2276.
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