As I read the book of Psalms, I have to admit I wish I could have the boldness and confidence that David had as he wrote about his prayers to God.
(Psalm 38:15) "Lord, I wait for You; You will answer, Lord my God."
The book of Psalms is full of prayers to God much like this one. The difference between the words of David and my words when I pray seem to be the level of confidence.
In today's Psalm reading, David isn't wondering IF or WHEN God will answer him, David confidently says he will wait for God's answer.
What do your prayers sound like? Do you have the hope and confidence that David had?
I urge you today to seek God diligently and place your trust in Him for all that you need; He is our hope, He has the answer. Maybe the only thing keeping us from His answer is simply... our disbelief.
Pray like you believe it!
TODAY'S SCRIPTURE READING: Leviticus 11-12, Mark 1:1-28, Psalm 38
SATURDAY'S SCRIPTURE READING: Leviticus 13, Mark 1:29-39, Psalm 39
SUNDAY'S SCRIPTURE READING: Leviticus 14, Mark 1:40-2:12, Psalm 40:1-8
W.O.W. ~ "...PAIN OF YOUR PAST"
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