“a Lamp to my feet. a Light for my path.” – Psalm 104:1-2

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TODAY’S WORD…

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Bless the Lord, my soul!

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Lord, my God, how great You are!

You are robed in majesty and splendour;

You are wrapped in light as in a cloak.

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– Psalm 104:1-2 (Grail Psalms)

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REFLECTION…

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The soul, set free, yearns to bless and praise the Lord,

who it passionately recognises as its Maker.

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It is good to grant our soul its instinctive desire to express joy in the Lord,

but we seem to want to muzzle it sometimes, if not all the time.

We need to ask ourselves ‘why?’

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It is also good to feed the soul with the solid food of God’s Word

– food which nourishes and strengthens

and which protects against corruption.

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As we feed our soul and satisfy its spiritual yearnings,

the eyes of our heart will open

and our entirety will see and proclaim

how truly great the Lord is!

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Alleluia!

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REPETITIVE PRAYER FOR TODAY…

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Bless the Lord, my soul! Alleluia!

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One Response to “a Lamp to my feet. a Light for my path.” – Psalm 104:1-2

  1. Mary Muscat says:

    When we admire the beauty of Nature, we have to acclaim:” Bless the Lord my soul!
    Lord, my God, how great You are!”
    Surely, God the Creator of Heaven and Earth is really great and deserves the praise

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