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I will praise you, O Lord. How should we praise Him? I see some ways in this text. 1- I will praise you in my heart 2- I will praise you in the world 3- I will praise you in song 4- I will praise you in humility 5- I will praise you in trouble
Tags: Praise, Heart, Song
Shared: 11/30/2013
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What "gods" was David witnessing to? And how can the decision he made influence our choices in how we witness for our Lord?
Scripture: Psalms 138:1-138:8
Shared: 11/25/2012
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The older David became, the more pronounced his praise became.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 138:1-138:8
Shared: 3/12/2013
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David was a man who walked with God for many, many ,many years. David was a man who had been in trouble many different times. And David when he was in trouble, When he was at a spiritual low, Looked up and prayed and ask God to revive him. And every tim
Denomination: Baptist
Shared: 4/23/2002
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THE LORD’S WORD OF PROMISE FUELS OUR CONFIDENCE AND OUR THANKSGIVING
Denomination: Independent/Bible
Scripture: Psalms 138:1-138:8
Tags: Joy
Shared: 7/3/2001
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Year C Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany February 4th, 2001
Denomination: Lutheran
Scripture: Psalms 138:1-138:8
Shared: 1/27/2001
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I talk about God having a plan for the church body, our families, and our personal lives. I use the life of David to show that in spite of great difficulty, God was working out His plan for David’s life.
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Psalms 138:8
Tags: David
Shared: 9/7/2004
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THIS SERMON IS A NEW YEAR PROMISE MESSAGE BASED ON PSALM 138:8 ’ THE LORD WILL PERFECT THAT WHICH CONCERNS ME’ AND HIGHLIGHTS THE FOLLOWING 1.RESOLUTION 2.RECOMPENSE 3.RADIANCE 4.REVELATION 5.REJUVENATION 6.REFORMATION 7.RELATIONSHIP
Denomination: Pentecostal
Scripture: Psalms 138:8
Shared: 1/2/2009
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God’s name represents His authority, yet He has exalted His Word as the highest authority, above all other authorities, and even higher than the authority of His own name! It suggests that we will only understand His name (His authority, nature and attrib
Denomination: *Other
Scripture: Psalms 138:1-138:3
Shared: 1/15/2013
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When life gets too hard, instead of turning away from God, we should be reaching out for God’s hand that is reaching out for you.
Denomination: Baptist
Scripture: Psalms 138:1-138:8
Shared: 7/9/2008
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