God’s Promise to Us – Psalm 89

 

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No matter what happens in life, God loves us and that’s all that matters. In verses 3-4 of Psalm 89, the promises made to David are to establish his line forever and make his throne firm through all generations. God is faithful and unchangeable; doing what He says through His Word. In the line of David is our Redeemer; God’s Son who reigns forever.

Sometimes, I’ve had a bad day and God gives a sign to remind me how awesome each day can be. It may be a sunset, the first cool front as summer begins to change to fall, or a rainbow which as mentioned in verse 37 is the witness for God’s promise to us.

Billy Graham once said, “God proved His love on the Cross. When Christ hung, and bled, and died, it was God saying to the world, “I love you.”

Click on this piano piece: Jesus Loves Me – Norm Hastings. While listening, reflect on today’s reading. Think of signs God has given you in the past as a symbol of His love. Think about what you may pray for today. Is there a plan of action God is giving you today?

A great price was paid on the cross because every person is valuable to God. If having a bad day, remember how much God values you. Because of His love, this day with Him will be amazing.

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2 Responses to God’s Promise to Us – Psalm 89

  1. Noel Williams says:

    God’s promise is true and if we hold on to His unchanging hands, He will guide our steps in the right path. Thanks for sharing . God bless.

  2. Pingback: Psalm 89:1-52 | ricklee's poetry plus

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