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In six short verses the psalmist offers a succession of a dozen entreaties to praise the Lord. These staccato phrases express the where, why, how, and who of praise—with emphasis on the how. How can we offer adequate praise for God’s superlative greatness? In this case the answer comes through...

Almighty God, may I reflect your greatness in my praise. Amen.


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Prayer can change our reaction . . .

"Often we pray expecting God to take away our problems. Prayer usually doesn't change our circumstances, but it can change our reaction to them. If we can relinquish control and give everything to God, we may find greater clarity. Whatever we are going through, God is with us. And God is bigger than any problem we might face."

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