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Let the Sea Resound

Graphic of Bethleham at night with the words "let the heavens rejoice, let the earth be glad; let the sea resound, and all that is in it. Psalm 96:11"
This psalm is so full of joy! You can feel David's excitement as he pulls in the whole universe in praise to the Lord. I wonder if Paul was thinking of this Psalm when he wrote about future glory in Romans 8:18-22 - that all of creation is groaning like a woman in labor, waiting for Christ to come again. We have just celebrated His first coming - the new year ahead represents our anticipation of His second coming. Let us be as joyful as David was as he penned this Psalm thousands of years ago!

Sing a new song to the LORD! Everyone on this earth, sing praises to the LORD, sing and praise his name. Day after day announce, "The LORD has saved us!" Tell every nation on earth, "The LORD is wonderful and does marvelous things! The LORD is great and deserves our greatest praise! He is the only God worthy of our worship. Other nations worship idols, but the LORD created the heavens. Give honor and praise to the LORD, whose power and beauty fill his holy temple." Tell everyone of every nation, "Praise the glorious power of the LORD. He is wonderful! Praise Him and bring an offering into His temple. 
Everyone on earth, now tremble and worship the LORD, majestic and holy." 
Announce to the nations, "The LORD is King! The world stands firm, never to be shaken, and He will judge its people with fairness." Tell the heavens and the earth to be glad and celebrate! Command the ocean to roar with all of its creatures and the fields to rejoice with all of their crops. Then every tree in the forest will sing joyful songs to the LORD. He is coming to judge all people on earth with fairness and truth." Psalm 96:1-13
Have a blessed day!


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