Praying God’s Word Wednesday #57: Psalm 7:17
It’s Gruntled Workers Day. I PROMISE you I’m not making that up. And that’s the perfect day to pray Psalm 7:17 – a verse of praise! I love that there is such a day. Not just because I was today years old when I learned that “gruntled” was a word (even though it makes perfect sense with the rules of grammar), but because it’s so happy!
Synonyms for “gruntled”? Delighted, content, well pleased, cock-a-hoop (we don’t have time to get into that one), grateful and thankful. I am buoyed just looking at that list. Especially the one I know you are going to look up! So I am choosing today to adopt a “gruntled” attitude and say a prayer of praise and thanksgiving to the Lord. Let’s do it together!
I will give thanks to the Lord because of his righteousness;
I will sing the praises of the name of the Lord Most High.
Psalm 7:17 NIV
Lord Most High, only You are righteous. Thank You for sacrificing Your Son so I could be counted as such. I don’t deserve this and many other gifts You give. But You deserve all of my thanks and praise. I love You and revere Your name. Thank You, thank You, thank You for calling me Yours. Amen.
Won’t you praise our wonderful God with me?
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