Hello dear ones,  I hope you are enjoying this study. I’ve been a little sad that there have been no comments. Have you tried to make a comment and something has gone wrong? If so, please do email me  at: sharon@sweetselah.org. 

I’ll be happy to write back and help you figure out why your comments are not coming through. If you simply want to study along and NOT comment, that is absolutely okay. Would you consider emailing me, though, and letting me know you are out there???  That would make me happy.

I enjoyed Psalm 24 so much. It seems to me that it’s a psalm of welcome and awe … for the King of kings. You can click on the video below to hear more. May God bless you and speak to you as you meet Him through His Word!

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  • Verse 4 – He who has clean hands and a pure heart will have access to God and see Him one day. This verse spoke to me, to do God’s will and please him in all I do and say. I will receive his blessings if I seek Him.

    • Sharon Gamble
      June 6, 2018 12:23 pm

      Yes, Debbie! … His blessings are rich and wonderful … and best of all is that we get to see HIM!! Thanks for commenting.

  • Denise Nelson
    June 6, 2018 1:39 pm

    V. 1 – “The earth is the Lord’s and everything in it, the world and all who live in it.” This verse is just such a comfort and reminder that while things (the world/news/events/people) seem so out of control, God is still in charge. He is Creator of all and has all things in His hands.

    • Sharon Gamble
      June 6, 2018 3:31 pm

      I agree, Denise. It’s a great verse to memorize when things seem crazy. He IS still in charge. Amen!


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