Unfolding God’s Word – Day 21

Proclaim God’s unfailing love in the morning. And then proclaim His faithfulness in the evening.

It is important to remind ourselves, daily, of God’s unfailing love and His faithfulness.

Psalm 92:1-8
It is good to give thanks to the Lord, to sing praises to the Most High.
It is good to proclaim your unfailing love in the morning,
your faithfulness in the evening,
accompanied by the ten-stringed harp
and the melody of the lyre.

You thrill me, Lord, with all you have done for me!
I sing for joy because of what you have done.
O Lord, what great works you do! And how deep are your thoughts.
Only a simpleton would not know, and only a fool would not understand this:
Though the wicked sprout like weeds and evildoers flourish,
they will be destroyed forever.

But you, O Lord, will be exalted forever. (NLT)

When our eyes are closed, our ears refuse to hear, and our hearts refuse wisdom and understanding, we are living like a simpleton and a fool. Allow the Lord to keep you safe and listen for his wisdom and understanding so that you are not caught up in the weeds of evildoers.

Remember, that during your distress of these coming weeks, that God keeps His promises. Remember God always has the upper hand and will bring judgment down on those whose hearts are wrapped up in evil.

Dear Heavenly Father, today I am reminded of the Flood so long ago. The chaos and conflict and the evildoers spreading their lies and hatred while Noah and his family faithfully continued day after day building the Ark of safety. And then the raging Flood waters started rising and the evildoers were washed away. Noah and his family trusted in you and dwelt within your love and faithfulness each day, thought it seemed the evildoers were the ones profiting. Help us to open our eyes and ears and allow our hearts to receive your wisdom during these difficult times. And praise you during the storms and hang-on tight to Your Promises and remember that You will always be exalted. I love you, Lord. I ask this in Christ Jesus’ name, amen.


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