Passion for Praise: 'God Our Strength'

Monday, April 11, 2005

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This week our focus is on living by the Kingdom of God standards.

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Sing praises to God, our strength. Sing to the God of Jacob. Sing! Beat the tambourine. Play the sweet lyre and the harp. Blow the ram's horn at new moon.
— Psalm 81:1-3

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Illustration of Psalm 81:1-3 — Sing praises to God, our strength. Sing to the God of Jacob. Sing! Beat the tambourine. Play the sweet lyre and the harp. Blow the ram's horn at new moon.

About This Devotional

Passion for Praise is a daily devotional consisting of a passage of Scripture that emphasizes praise to our God.