Even today, Psalm 113 and 114 are often recited before the P_______________ celebration meal called a S__________.
>Who praises the Lord?
>Why praise the name of the Lord?
>How long will the Lord's name be blessed?
>When can the Lord's name be praised?
>Often in those days a name symbolized a person's I_______________
>Praising the name of the Lord centers the worshipers praise on God's c____________________.
>What verses speak of the Lord's majesty?
>What verses speak of the Lord's loving condescension?
>Loving condescension is God h_______________himself:
>In the Black church tradition, the old saints would often use the phrase: "he sits h_____ and looks l_____!"
>Today a song says, "if He has to reach way d_____, Jesus will pick you u___!" Another says, "He looked beyond my f______________ and saw my n_______________!
>"Though higher than any other, God can reach lower than any other." (lc)
>Is our majestic God an adversary or an advocate on behalf of the poor?
>God seeks to include the poor at the table of the so-called p__________________________.
>God seeks to grant the scorned "childless" the joy of a fa_______________ and a fu_______________ .
>God understands that the lives of the "insignificant" must m_______________ or no lives matter!
>All humans are created e_____________. Many humans have to demand what is God-given.