Psalms 111 Analysis

Psalms 111 is a psalm of praise. We are to praise him all day long as well as at home in our secret place. We are not to just praise him in the sanctuary in front of others for all to see, God asks our praise to be the same whether we are in private or in public. Psalms 111 is a praise that is not bashful in exultation. Verse 1-5 speaks of the word Hallelujah; Hallelujah tells us whatever we call others to do, we must be willing to do ourselves if we are asking them to praise God in our own home God is asking us to praise him with our whole hearts. Focusing on the Word of God and taking pleasure in the word, is pleasing to the Lord God. The key to serving correctly is to fear him. Psalms 25:14 “The Lord confides in those who fear him, …show more content…
One thing that comes to mind is how God promised Israel the land of Canaan, but because of their lack of faith it took them 40 years in the desert to accomplish what God could have done in days. Remembering the past helps us in the future. God made a covenant with us when he chose to die on the cross for our sins, what God has done the devil or man cannot undo. His commandments hold true and his word. The Lord God is righteous, fearing the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. Those that fear the Lord obey his commandants and allow the Lord to rule in their hearts. We are to not only talk to about what is right, but it is important to put it into practice as well. (Proverbs 3:4 “than you will win favor and a good name in the sight of God and man.´ (LASB) .As your words and actions match it will build integrity which shows your Godly character.
In the end fearing the Lord God and praising his holy name, is honoring to God and a form of worship, keeping his commandments is the beginning of wisdom; John 7:17 puts it this way. “Anyone who chooses to do the will of God will find out whether my teaching comes from God or whether I speak on my own.”(LASB). If you praise his holy name, keep is commandments, seek wisdom you will find scriptures come alive in

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