David describes God’s love as priceless and unfailing. He knew this was his place of refuge from the enemies which surrounded him daily. Who do we trust for refuge?
The Psalmist uses language which goes beyond what we may have considered before. The true test is are we open to receive?
The Psalmist uses love and faithfulness to describe the God he walked with through his trials, how do you describe God?
David understood the ways of the wicked and yet didn’t allow them to influence his life.
David trusted God even in the battle and as result, he chooses to praise his way through.
David invited those who believe in him to join with him in praising the Lord. He believed God had his best interest in mind? Imagine does God have your best interest?
David prayed God would bring shame to his enemies, could it be he knew the extreme punishment of shame.
The enemy was trying to swallow up David, but he knew God had another plan
David didn’t ask God to prove He was right but asked Him to show His righteousness. He wanted God to receive the glory.
David could have easily defended himself by shouting out his own protective words but instead, he waited on God.
David was assured God was going to take care of His heart even in his troubled times. Do we?
David had many opportunities to become offended and to allow the offense to grow up in his heart. But how did he kill the root
David’s enemy didn’t steal his peace −how did David manage to remain at peace when his friends clearly turned their backs. Do we?
David was honest before God because he trusted God with his heart. He even found away to talk to God concerning his enemies.
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David’s heart learned to praise God regardless of his outward circumstances of life. Even during his friends betraying him David praised.
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One of the ways David feared God was not interfering with God’s time frame
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How to treat our enemies
What are your words saying?
Can you imagine crying for your enemies?
How to live Selfless? Yet when they were ill, I put on sackcloth and humbled myself with fasting. When my prayers returned to me unanswered. Psalm 35:13