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June 12, 2019

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Reading along with us in Psalms? Here’s today’s reading:

Psalm 77 (ESV)

I cry aloud to God,
    aloud to God, and he will hear me.
In the day of my trouble I seek the Lord;
    in the night my hand is stretched out without wearying;
    my soul refuses to be comforted.
When I remember God, I moan;
    when I meditate, my spirit faints..
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  1. Psalm 77…….As I read this PSALM……. I was reminded of my own Trust and Loyalty in my Lord Jesus Christ. I was also reminded that we should all be in contact with the Word and our God daily instead of coming to him in our times of need only!!! The King of Kings deserve more than merely being an after thought when we have no answers!!!

  2. Amen, Joey D! It is tough when we make circumstances our reference point, to gauge from them how active God is in our lives. We tell ourselves, if things are good, well God must be active. When things are bad, well I need to come to Him and ask Him to get more involved. But when we expose that kind of thinking to the faithful action of God through the ages, as the Psalmist does here after wondering where God is, we see that God can be trusted regardless of what is happening in our lives and we can persevere through anything in light of that with joy, contentment and peace all the while engaging in a loving relationship with the God of the universe who loves us. And as we let that relationship be the reference point, then God can communicate with us what His thoughts and direction is, by both encouraging us when we do right and chiding us when we do wrong. And then just let circumstances be what they are, pursuing change according to our responsibility as well as the will of God.

  3. 11 I will remember the deeds of the Lord;
    yes, I will remember your wonders of old.
    12 I will ponder all your work,
    and meditate on your mighty deeds.
    13 Your way, O God, is holy.
    What god is great like our God?
    14 You are the God who works wonders;
    you have made known your might among the peoples.
    15 You with your arm redeemed your people,
    the children of Jacob and Joseph. Selah

  4. “Your way was through the sea,
    your path through the great waters;
    yet your footprints were unseen.”

    We know he’s there even when we can’t see him…

    – Selah –

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