One of the amazing things about the Bible is how we can always find something fresh and new among its pages. Think about that, a book that is thousands of years old, that you may have read a thousand times and yet, each time you read it the Lord reveals something.
Just a little over a year ago, back in April 2017, I shared some thoughts on Psalms 146. This week as I was looking for a passage to share during Midday Prayer Time I again came to this Psalm.
The last time I wrote about it I was impressed with the surety of God’s provision and protection. That still stands. Yet this time I’m focused on how it demonstrates that God is alone worthy of our trust. He will never disappoint us when we anchor or hope, our faith, our trust in Him.
This Psalm describes the Lord as the one, “Who keeps faith forever.” There are many people who are generally trustworthy, but as this Psalm also declares, even the most trustworthy among us will see, “his spirit departs, he returns to the earth; in that very day his thoughts perish.” God alone is worthy of complete trust.
Mon 09/10 Psalms 146:1 – 2
Tue 09/11 (Rob Langer fills in for Jerry)
Wed 09/12 Psalms 146:3 – 4
Thu 09/13 Psalms 146:5 – 7
Fri 09/14 Psalms 146:8 – 10
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