Good morning my dearly beloved. Psalm ch. 145:1-21. A Song…

Good morning my dearly beloved. Psalm ch. 145:1-21. A Song…

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Stacia Samuels-Nesbeth |


Good morning my dearly beloved.

Psalm ch. 145:1-21. A Song of God’s Majesty and Love.

What a close relationship David had with God to be able to write such a powerful song of praise about God. It is so intimate. It makes me think of my own relationship with my Heavenly Father and ask myself if I could write anything half as descriptive about God. _Great is the Lord and greatly to be praised_ We must praise God at all times. I am in awe of Him simplt because He is God. _The Lord is gracious and full of compassion_ God loves us so. He cares about our every need and He supplies them. God provides for everyone who looks to Him. _He satisfies the desire of every living thing._How awesome is that. God allows everything. He causes the rain to fall on the just and the unjust. _The Lord is near to all who call upon Him._ What comfort it is to know that God is just a prayer away. All we have to do is call upon Him and He draws near to us. I don’t know about you beloved but it comforts me tremendously. I like David will bless the Lord at ALL times, His Praise Shall Continue to be in My mouth!

Nature and revelation alike testify of God’s love. Our Father in heaven is the source of life, of wisdom, and of joy. Look at the wonderful and beautiful things of nature. Think of their marvelous adaptation to the needs and happiness, not only of man, but of all living creatures. The sunshine and the rain, that gladden and refresh the earth, the hills and seas and plains, all speak to us of the Creator’s love…
In mercy to the world, God blotted out its wicked inhabitants in Noah’s time. In mercy He destroyed the corrupt dwellers in Sodom. Through the deceptive power of Satan the workers of iniquity obtain sympathy and admiration, and are thus constantly leading others to rebellion. It was so in Cain’s and in Noah’s day, and in the time of Abraham and Lot; it is so in our time. It is in mercy to the universe that God will finally destroy the rejecters of His grace.

Study helps: Is. 38:19; Num. 14:18; Nah. 1:7; 1Tim. 1:17; Deut. 4:7. Bible Commentary, Steps to Christ pg. 9 and The Great Controversy pg. 543.

I look forward to hearing from and sharing with you today. God bless you ALL!

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