Hanging on Every Word—Psalm 34

If there ever was a passage of scripture you’d want to memorize it’d be Psalm 34. Every phrase is quotable and framable. It tells us how to get our praise on. Constantly. Vocally. Boastfully. It tells us what to do when we’re down for the count. Seek him. Watch for him. Cry to him. It tells us where to hang out. In his camp. It’s a good place to be, take David’s word for it! It’ll take you to school with upper-level courses on speaking truth, avoiding evil, doing good (you’ve got to check out Isaiah 1:17), and pursuing peace. It’s a bridge over troubled water for the persecuted, the distressed, the brokenhearted, the crushed, and the afflicted. God says, in the common vernacular, “No one comes into my house and pushes my righteous ones around!” I don’t know about you, but I’m fired up!

About Rick Reynolds

You'll find me in the far right hand corner of evangelical Christianity. Been studying the Word for nearly 45 years and counting.
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