Psalm 103

July 18, 2021 • Brian Storm

Blessing the Lord starts with eye-opening awareness that moves our souls into gratitude, thankfulness and worship, not just in words, but in the very obedience of our lives. We bless the Lord most significantly, as we walk in obedience driven by reverential awe, allowing Him to make us new...transforming us into His image.

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