Contributed by Glenn Pease on Mar 10, 2021
David starts this Psalm by telling himself to praise the Lord, and he ends it by telling
himself to do it again. If we would tell ourselves as we begin the day to praise the Lord and
not forget all His benefits, and if we would end the day by doing the same, we would be
You will, no doubt, think me strange for saying it, but I am thankful for my ignorance. It
gives me so much to be thankful for. My vast ocean of ignorance is my playground where I
can fish for new insights, and I can dive for the sunken treasure of golden truths that lay
hidden in God's Word.