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Both of these psalms, placed in a category called “enthronement psalms,” describe a pattern of worship that recognizes and honors God as the Lord, the Most High, the ruler of the whole world. The first psalm is full of kinesthetically glorifying God: clapping, shouting, singing, sounds of rams’ horns and...
Awesome God, I come to you, clapping and singing your praises. Raise me up and send me forth to witness to your amazing love. Amen.
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