In Psalm 89, Ethan’s desire is that his song of praise would be used for worship forever. He wants his grandchildren to be able to praise God using the words of his own mouth, and so he leaves them an inheritance of worship. His song calls on heaven and earth to unite in praise, and recounts the glories of God’s covenant with His people. The psalm is balanced by a lament, a cry from under the chastisement of God, where the psalmist implores God to remember His promises and save His people. As you prepare for worship today, listen to Ethan as he makes known the steadfast love of God.
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