Praise Him in the Night

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Reading the Word

Psalm 134:1ā€“3 (ESV)

1 Come, bless the LORD, all you servants of the LORD,
who stand by night in the house of the LORD!
2 Lift up your hands to the holy place
and bless the LORD!

3 May the LORD bless you from Zion,
he who made heaven and earth!

Understanding and Applying the Word

This psalm is written to the priests and Levites who serve in the Temple sanctuary. It seems to specifically address those who served in the night hours (v. 1). The psalmist calls on these servants to praise God, the Creator. While those who work in the night hours may not be seen by many, their praise and devotion is still important because God is worthy and all we do is ultimately for him, not others.

This psalm is a reminder to all believers that we should live lives of worship at all times. God is worthy of our praise whether we are in a great crowd or we are alone in the night. The Lord is our Creator and our Sustainer. Let us always remember that we serve the Lord in everything we do and let us praise him!

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