Day Twenty-eight Week 4 הַיּוֹם שְׁמוֹנָה וְעֶשְׂרִים לָעֹמֵר
But I will sacrifice to You with the voice of thanksgiving. That which I have vowed I will pay. Salvation is from the Lord. Jonah 2:9
“Give credit where credit is due”
God’s promise of salvation is “fleshed” out in Yeshua. He was the Word that became flesh and lived with His people. In His death and resurrection God not only paid the price for sin but demonstrated the power to bring to life those who were dead. We give thanks to Him for what He does in our lives. Our declarations of praise give Him credit for His works. We are saved by grace through faith so that our boasting is in God’s work, not our own.
• How can I understand my work for You? You are at work in me and you ask me to work? What area(s) of my life can I give thanks to You because I see your handiwork there?
• How well do you think you can sing? Are you comfortable singing with or in front of others? What kinds of music do you view as worshipful?
• Psalm 33 gives many reasons to sing to the Lord. List some of them and discuss why they might “move” us to worship the Lord together.
Resources for Day 28 of Counting the Omer
Video Devotional – Making Connections During This Season:
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