Know Him

I know the greatness of the LORD
Psalms 135:5 (NLT)

Psalms 135 is full of praise for our Lord. The Psalmist lists many attributes of God that are praise worthy and speaks of His mighty acts. He has taken time to notice, to appreciate to and to remember the good things that he knows about God. And that made the difference. He knew. He knew the greatness of the Lord. The word “know” is more than intellectual knowledge, it is experiential. He witnessed God in action, he became acquainted with His ways, he spent time in His presence, he had personal knowledge of God. So much so he could write with confidence that he knew the greatness of the Lord. Today decide to change your focus. Change from knowing about the greatness of the Lord to knowing it. Then you too will be praising Him.

Dear Lord, thank You for all that I know about You. But today I want more. I want to know You. I want to know Your greatness. Help me I pray. In Jesus’ name.


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