The rich legacy of the Book of Psalms applies to our worship today, just as it did to that of the early Church. David’s exhortation to his people to praise and worship the Lord and to rejoice before Him is also punctuated by his heartfelt testimony of human trial and passion. David’s anger, sorrow, broken-heartedness, grief, confession and repentance before the Lord are the milestones he left behind, and by which, we can trace our own walk of faith. As the psalmist so vividly testifies from his own life, worship brings not only our praise and adoration to the altar of the Lord, but also our problems and limitations. The humbling of our will, joined to our worship of God at the altar, will produce a power encounter with Him of majestic proportions.