#PsalmSunday on Tuesday—Psalm 47:1,2 and Verse 7

As you can see, I'm a bit late on posting my #PsalmSunday this week. But the saying, "Better late than never" is true...and especially in this case. It's always better to encourage one another's hearts to sing praises to our Lord Jesus, the King of kings and the Lord of lords; late, rather than never.

So what happened that this week's #PsalmSunday is so late? Life. That's what happened.

Most days it's very difficult for me to simply get of out of bed, let alone live "normal" daily life. And lately, there's been quite a bit happening around here, good things in God's sight, that's left my frail body quite exhausted. Again, a good thing in God's sight, so no complaints here—just thanksgiving to our awesome God and Savior who allows me to participate in His holy and magnificent work of being able to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ (2 Cor 4:6).

This week's psalm, Psalm 47 is a joyous reminder and praise of our mighty Father's goodness and kindness to those whom He foreknew and therefore predestined, to be called sons and daughters of the Most High; to conform us into the glorious image of His Son, Jesus Christ our Lord. What an awesome privilege and joy it is to be adopted into the holy Family of God Almighty! What peace we have, that nothing in this world can ever touch or take away (Jn 16:33). What a refreshment and comfort to our souls to know that the LORD reigns!

So let us clap our hands, and sing songs of praises and thanksgiving to our wonderful, compassionate, good, sovereign, and loving God whom we trust withholds no good thing from us, because He's already given us His Son.

Let us exult in the name of the LORD together!