“…the purpose of theology is doxology; we study in order to praise” The Reformation Study Bible (ref#56, p594, “The Greatness of God”).
THE DEPTH OF YOUR RICHES
and the sky shows Your handiwork,
exhibiting it across the horizon—
displaying Your craftsmanship (Ps 19:1).
They speak of the glory of Your kingdom
and tell of Your power
to make known Your mighty deeds,
and Your glorious splendor (Ps 145:11-12).
O, the depth of Your riches,
wisdom, and knowledge, O GOD.
How unfathomable are Your judgments;
how undiscoverable are Your ways (Rom 11:33).
Your decisions are unsearchable;
Your methods are inscrutable;
Your paths are mysterious;
they are past finding out (Rom 11:33).
You choose me; I am blessed.
You cause me to approach You
that I may dwell in Your courts.
I shall be satisfied with the goodness of Your house (Ps 65:4).
O LORD, You are my GOD;
I will exalt You; I will praise You’re name,
for You have done great things—
plans formed of old, faithful and sure (Isa 25:1)