In Psalm 67, God’s favor beams down on His people like a spotlight from heaven. The community of worshipers is so joyful and blessed that all the nations, even those walking in darkness, stop and take notice, for where God’s ways are followed, and His salvation known, the people are overflowing with praise, joy, and gladness. When God’s people submit to His guidance and governance, the blessings of God are poured out on them, and their blessedness becomes the talk of the town. So as you come to worship today, prepare to receive God’s blessings in such a way that everyone around you praises the God who has established such a joyful congregation.
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