In Psalm 65, we see that we owe our praise to the God who hears prayer, but we are also confronted with the fact that iniquities sometimes prevail against us. We need to praise God, but we don’t praise Him. But in light of our need and our inability, God steps in. Blessed is the man whom God chooses and brings near! Because the greatest need of all creation is to worship God, we are most satisfied when God brings us to worship Him. And so as God draws us into the praise of all creation this morning, let us join the valleys, pastures, meadows and wagon tracks with shouts of joy.
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