Psalm 138 is a prayer of thanksgiving.  In the midst of a hostile world of many “gods”, King David expresses his thanks to the one, true God for personal deliverance and provision.  He also expresses the hope and promise of other kings and people coming to know God personally.

Everything we are, and everything we have is graciously placed before us by God the Father. Give Him thanks today.  He is the master potter; we are his clay, being formed and shaped into beautiful vessels of grace, to be shared with the world.