Psalms 146-150 – Day 20

This post is Day 20 in a series of studies about “Psalms 146-150”. I strongly suggest you begin with the introduction to this study, please click here to read it.

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Psalms 146-150 – Day 20

Psalm 148:3-4

Praise Him, sun and moon; praise Him, all you shining stars.
Praise Him, you highest heavens and you waters above the skies.

The Thought

Yesterday we ended with the thought that the psalmist was encouraging the angels and archangels to praise God, and the verses today are encouraging inanimate objects to do the same.

What would prompt a poet or song writer thousands of years ago to even imagine that the planets could make music? I’m guessing it was his relationship with God!

Towards the end of the book of Job we read of God’s complaint to Job and his friends that they do not know what they are talking about. The creator Himself then speaks of the morning stars singing together (Job 38:7).

In our modern era, a quick internet search allows us to hear those sounds from the stars recorded by scientists working to discover more about outer space.

On our own planet earth we can hear different sorts of wind in different seasons, and a visit to the beach means that we can hear the sea, sometimes making gentle ripples, and other times as roaring waves. It is the same for each planet in the solar system. Their movements cause winds that can be heard, and modern technology allows us in our day to hear some of those sounds.


Read Job 38 today and be blessed by all that God revealed in His complaint to Job and his friends.

Praise God for the scientists working to learn more about planets, stars, eclipses and everything else that continues 24/7 in the world which we just see as tiny sparkles in the night sky.

Pray for each one of those scientists to recognise God as the creator of the heavens and the earth.

Look on internet for some of the recordings of planet sounds, and praise God again for His amazing creation.

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