Jehovah’s Praiseworthiness

       Jehovah’s praiseworthiness is like a brilliant diamond with an endless number of facets.  It is a bottomless well which can never be exhausted.  In Psalm 145:10-16, David states four facets of Jehovah’s utter praiseworthiness when he wrote, “All Your works shall praise You,…

The Praiseworthiness of Jehovah

     Like a beautiful diamond the praiseworthiness of Jehovah has many wondrous facets.  Each radiant facet is glorious in its own unique and special way.  When David penned Psalm 9, his praise of Jehovah was focused upon three of the manifold reasons for Jehovah’s…

Praising God for His Sovereignty

       In the closing verses of Psalm 103, David calls all the heavenly host to join his anthem of God’s exaltation.  He writes: “Bless the Lord, you His angels, who excel in strength, who do His word, heeding the voice of His word.  Bless the Lord, all you His…

“Bless the Lord, O My Soul”

       From beginning to end, Psalm 103 is a great outburst of praise.  Sandwiched between its first and last note of “Bless the Lord, O my soul” (vv. 1, 22) is a crescendo of praise.  Beginning with David’s lone pronouncement of his heart’s deepest praise (vv….

Praise Befitting Jehovah

     Lip service to Jehovah is far easier than the genuine praise, adoration, and service that He rightly and constantly deserves.  Calling Jesus “Lord, Lord” without obedience is like a foolish man who builds a house without a foundation (Luke 6:46-49).    Send article…

Prayer and God’s Praise

       Few of God’s blessings are more praiseworthy than the blessing of prayer.  Even though he lived under the old covenant without all the blessings found in Jesus being his mediator, the composer of Psalm 66 still experienced rich blessings in answer to his…

God’s Worthship–Part Two

       The English word “worship” was originally spelled “worthship”.  This etymological fact clearly exposes the fundamental purpose of worship—to acknowledge the worthiness of God in reverent joy and grateful praise.  Several psalms were written to acknowledge Jehovah’s utter praiseworthiness.  Psalm 65 is one of…

God’s Worthship–Part One

       The English word “worship” was originally spelled “worthship”.  This etymological fact clearly exposes the fundamental purpose of worship—to acknowledge the worthiness of God in reverent joy and grateful praise.  Several psalms were written to acknowledge Jehovah’s utter praiseworthiness.  Psalm 65 is one of…