Psalm 69:30

Psalm 69:30
I will praise the name of God with a song, and will magnify him with thanksgiving.
Psalm 69:30

After Thought

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Remember to sing praises to the Lord in all situations. Singing and praise lifts our hearts, brightens our thoughts and allows Him to help lead us out from the hands of the wicked. Even Charlotte, rescued by Two by Two Animal Rescue of Alabama, knows to sings praises of thanksgiving for a new life!
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~ Pastor Leslie
 

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