When we make a comeback after a bad day and keep at it, the reward is always much more so if we keep our eye on the reward, the breaks will start going our way.
David was going through some bad days in today’s passage. Probably written at the time of the Absalom rebellion, Psalm 62 points out that David is alone but with Yaweh, he knew things would be okay.
David trusted in the Lord because he felt secure. On the other hand, there is insecurity in relying on human means. If we rely on money, military power, or human processes, the outcome is unknown.
The things of this world contain deceit and false promises but nothing gives more security and strength as trusting in the Lord. His power and love rewards with salvation, rest, protection, and poise under stress.
God’s interested in our future and that’s why He sent a Savior. If we desire to be a blessing to others by telling them about God’s love, it will come to pass that we will be blessed in abundance.
This day with You Lord, we know You are there in our every prayer. Each day, we get a new start. Some days we miss the mark but with grace, we are made perfect and can trust in You for You are the true God … Yaweh. As we pray today, we desire to be a blessing and know that You will bless us abundantly. We rejoice because our reward will be great in heaven. Amen.
Excellent brother. David knew and we can learn from him.
Love this: “God’s interested in our future and that’s why He sent a Savior. If we desire to be a blessing to others by telling them about God’s love, it will come to pass that we will be blessed in abundance.”
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Thank you for this today.
Blessings during your day with Yahweh!
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