The Lord gladly answers us when we call out to Him in our distress (Psalm 120)
The Lord exercises His watchcare over us when we face physical and spiritual dangers (Psalm 121).
The Lord is worthy of our thankful praise for He extends peace to us (Psalm 122).
The enthroned God of heaven delights to show mercy to us (Psalm 123).
The providential Lord draws near to His suffering people to deliver us (Psalm 124).
Our trustworthy Lord surrounds his people and offers us true security (Psalm 125).
The Lord who weeps promises future joys for tearful sowers (Psalm 126).
Our Lord is the divine architect and builder of our lives, families, and church. Therefore, he sets us free from the blasphemous anxiety of trying to do his work for him (Psalm 127).
Our blessed Lord comes to make His blessings flow far as the curse is found: in our work, our families, our church, and our community (Psalm 128).
Our suffering Lord enters into the affliction of His people and is afflicted Himself in order to ultimately end all affliction (Psalm 129).
Our gracious Lord delights to forgive sin and redeem us (Psalm 130).
Our high and holy Lord sets his people free from the spiritual cancer of pride (Psalm 131).
Our Lord has chosen the new Zion as your dwelling place, the Church as your place of rest. and have kindled in it a lamp that will burn brightly forever before Jesus Christ, our anointed ing.
Our Lord delights when his people reflect his nature and dwell together in unity (Psalm 133).
Our Lord, the maker of heaven and earth, looks down with delight when His family gathers for worship and graciously pours out His blessing (Psalm 134).
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