Let’s develop a sense of wonder, shall we? The famous hymn “How Great Thou Art” leads us to consider God with a sense of “awesome wonder.” I chose Carrie Underwood’s rendition to meditate on Psalm 145.
David sat in awesome wonder of God and gives us a host of truths to meditate on in just one Psalm.
On this episode I discuss:
- Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture – this week’s Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include:
- Read in context
- Slow down
- Follow the cross references
- Share with a friend
The one word that jumped out at me in the hymn this week – WONDER
The background of how the hymn was written – hymntime.com
Thinking about the WONDER of God speaking everything into existence
The WONDER of walking on a glacier
Slowing down to change the pace and perspective
No one can measure God’s greatness – Psalm 145:3
How amazing it is that an immeasurable, deep, unsearchable, and untraceable God has revealed Himself to us – Romans 11:33
God’s wonders are without number – Job 5:9
The limitlessness of God – Job 11:7
Turning on your “noticer”
Getting to know the God in whose image you were created – Psalm 145:13-20
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If you have never heard this song before, you can watch her sing it live on YouTube below.
- Purchase the single on Amazon
- Lyrics and chords
- Behind the song “How Great Thou Art” by Carrie Underwood – YouTube Video
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