Psalm 23 - December 4, 1994

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Throughout the Psalms we often read about the sufferings and trials of those who are godly, such as King David. We also know that these same psalms reveal to us the heart and feelings of our blessed Lord as He passed through this world as a perfect man.
It is wonderful, however, to see how the Psalms end in Psalm 150. The Spirit of God inspired the writer of this psalm to praise the Lord. Every verse is an encouragement to praise the Lord. But the last four words make this very personal, for it says, “Praise ye the Lord.”
We will rest now while you find the following verses.
1. The Apostle Paul often ____________ for the sake of the Church, the body of Christ. Colossians 1:___
2. The Lord Jesus said that we speak about those things which are filling our ____________ . Matthew 12:___
3. God proved His wonderful love to this ____________ by giving His Son, Jesus. John 3:___
4. Jesus Christ is the one and only mediator between God and ____________ . 1 Timothy 2:___
5. Christians who ____________ God offer a sacrifice to Him with which He is pleased. Hebrews 13:___