Psalm 59:1-17

I love to praise and worship God through songs. I love to sing so much, that my name sign is the sign for music made with the “s” hand shape. I am happy when I can help deaf people worship God.
The word “psalm” comes from a Greek word that means “a song sung while someone plays a harp.” The Book of Psalms in the Bible is a collection of prayers and poetry that were sung by the Israelites when they worshiped God.
Many psalms tell about bad things that happened to people. But they also remind us to praise and worship God, no matter what bad things are happening. David wrote Psalm 59 when King Saul was trying to kill him. Saul sent spies to watch David’s house. This was a bad situation, but David still praised God. In verse 17, David said, “I will sing my songs of praise to you…You are the God who loves me!”
No matter what is happening in your life today, you can still worship and praise God. Be like David and honor God with your praises.