At Grace we are currently in a series entitled, Psalms of Summer. A few weeks ago I taught from Psalm 34. You can hear the sermon here if you’d like.
What I didn’t tell you that day was that this psalm is one of a few that is written in an acrostic. Simply put, David went down the Hebrew alphabet as he penned each new verse. As you may know, the Bible was not written with chapter and verse markings, so he simply wrote this poem in acrostic style then later numbers were added to denote verses.
So here’s a quick thought for you today. What if you wrote out a prayer or praise to God using our alphabet? Write out a poem, speaking about God and why we praise Him. Or maybe make a list of things in your life that you give Him praise for. Perhaps write one word for each letter of the alphabet, each saying something about God. For instance, Awesome, Beautiful, Compassionate…
Go ahead. Give it a try. I bet it’s a worshipful experience you won’t soon forget.