Praise the Lord

Psalm 150

The Psalms end with a doxology calling all to praise God. When we praise God together we are reminded that all creatures of our God and King in Heaven and Earth are united in praising God for who he is and what he has done.

The mightiest deed of God that the psalmist had known was the Exodus, and even this pales in comparison to the glory of the cross. We praise God for coming in the flesh through the form of Jesus, and dying on the cross for our sin in an indescribable act of love and mercy.

We praise God with our whole being, gathering all the available musical gusto to praise his name in church. Yet, worship is a daily thing, and our lives are to be lived in worship of him.


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25 Oct 2020

Luke Nelson

Luke is the Lead Pastor of City on a Hill Melbourne West. He joined City on a Hill in its early days, serving as the Community Pastor in Melbourne, before being asked to lead a new church plant. Having grown up in Melbourne’s western suburbs, he has a deep knowledge of and passion for the area, and a great desire to see the gospel bring transformation. A gifted communicator, he loves the work of pastoring a church, opening God’s word each week and seeing the Spirit work. Luke graduated with a BA (Hons) from Melbourne University, has a Grad Dip in Divinity and a Masters of Ministry from Ridley College. He is an ordained Anglican minister in the Diocese of Melbourne.