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Devotionals

Love Worth Finding - September 5, 2015

 

September 5

Praising the Lord for Who He Is

I will sing unto the Lord as long as I live: I will sing praise to my God while I have my being.” - Psalm 104:33

  • We have a God who is simply presented in all of creation; we should recognize Him.
  • We have a God who is sovereignly powerful; we should respect Him.
  • We have a God who is surely purposeful; we should reverence Him.
  • We have a God who is savingly personal; we should receive Him.

All of that is in Genesis 1:1 which says, “In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth.”

We have an obligation to God. We are twice His. First, we are His because of creation, and secondly, we are His because of redemption. He made us and He bought us.

Have you ever had something very precious and lost it? Then gratefully, it was restored to you again? That’s just an inkling of the treasure you are to God!


For more from Love Worth Finding and Pastor Adrian Rogers, please visit www.lwf.org.

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