Friday 11 August, 2017

Phil 1:12-18a

12 Brothers and sisters, here is what I want you to know. What has happened to me has actually helped to spread the good news. 13 One thing has become clear. I am being held by chains because I am a witness for Christ. All the palace guards and everyone else know it. 14 And because I am a prisoner, most of the believers have become bolder in the Lord. They now dare even more to preach the good news without fear. 15 It’s true that some preach about Christ because they are jealous. But others preach about Christ to help me in my work. 16 The last group acts out of love. They know I have been put here to be a witness for the good news. 17 But the others preach about Christ only to get ahead. They preach Christ for the wrong reasons. They think they can stir up trouble for me while I am being held by chains. 18 But what does it matter? Here is the important thing. Whether for right or wrong reasons, Christ is being preached about. That makes me very glad. And I will continue to be glad.

To help two people come together and resolve their differences, as Paul the apostle does for Onesimus and his master, can be a huge challenge, but it is something that I am striving to improve in my ability to do.

If each of us took steps to ensure the relational health of those around us was upheld, I wonder if the world would he a better place.

Relational health isn’t really something that gets talked about much. Sure, people who are psychologically and emotionally healthy will generally be better in relationships, but if I just look after myself, it will certainly not guarantee that I will automatically relate well to others. It is a skill I need to learn, and one where the support of others can help me do well.

Thank you Lord that you have made us to be relational and to live in relationship with you and with people. Help us to care for one another so that relational health can be developed across our community to make the world a better place.

Written by Ps. Justin Ware 

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Thursday 10 August, 2017

Philippians 1:1-11

1 We, Paul and Timothy, are writing this letter. We serve Christ Jesus. We are sending this letter to you, all God’s holy people in Philippi. You belong to Christ Jesus. We are also sending this letter to your leaders and deacons. 2 May God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ give you grace and peace. 3 I thank my God every time I remember you. 4 In all my prayers for all of you, I always pray with joy. 5 I am happy because you have joined me in spreading the good news. You have done so from the first day until now. 6 God began a good work in you. And I am sure that he will carry it on until it is completed. That will be on the day Christ Jesus returns. 7 It is right for me to feel this way about all of you. I love you with all my heart. I may be held by chains, or I may be standing up for the truth of the good news. Either way, all of you share in God’s grace together with me. 8 God is my witness that I long for all of you. I love you with the love that Christ Jesus gives. 9 I pray that your love will grow more and more. And let it be based on knowledge and understanding. 10 Then you will be able to know what is best. Then you will be pure and without blame for the day that Christ returns. 11 You will be filled with the fruit of right living produced by Jesus Christ. All these things bring glory and praise to God.

V6 says – And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns. (NLT)

This is perhaps one of my favourite verses in the whole bible. It encourages me to know that God is at work in my life. God began the good work. God will finish the good work, and promises that there is coming a day when Christ Jesus will return.

Encouraging stuff.

But the hardest word in this verse is – continue.

Because it means that God is not finished yet, in fact he won’t be finished until the day that Jesus returns. Then and only then will we be made perfect.

Sometimes I wish that God would just finish his work, now.

Some days it’s two steps forward, other days it’s three steps back.

But these are all part of Gods plan and purpose to work things out in my life. It’s not enough to hear or read about what God will do in my life, I have to live it.

But the hope I have in this verse is also in that word continue. It tells me that God won’t give up on me. And that has everything to do with his love for me and nothing to do with my ability or progress.

Thank you God for not giving up on me.   Please, continue.

Written by Andrew Martin

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Wednesday 9 August, 2017

Psalm 72

A psalm of Solomon. 1 God, give the king the ability to judge fairly. He is your royal son. Help him to do what is right. 2 May he rule your people in the right way. May he be fair to those among your people who are hurting. 3 May the mountains and the hills produce rich crops, because the people will do what is right. 4 May the king stand up for those who are hurting. May he save the children of those who are in need. May he crush those who treat others badly. 5 May the king rule as long as the sun shines and the moon gives its light. May he rule for all time to come. 6 May he be like rain falling on the fields. May he be like showers watering the earth. 7 May godly people do well as long as he rules. May they have more than they need as long as the moon lasts. 8 May the king rule from sea to sea. May his kingdom reach from the Euphrates River to the ends of the earth. 9 May the desert tribes bow down to him. May his enemies lick the dust. 10 May the kings of Tarshish and of places far away bring him gifts. May the kings of Sheba and Seba give him presents. 11 May all kings bow down to him. May all nations serve him. 12 The king will save needy people who cry out to him. He will save those who are hurting and have no one else to help. 13 He will take pity on those who are weak and in need. He will save them from death. 14 He will save them from people who treat others badly. He will save them from people who do mean things to them. Their lives are very special to him. 15 May the king live a long time! May gold from Sheba be given to him. May people always pray for him. May they ask the Lord to bless him all day long. 16 May there be plenty of grain everywhere in the land. May it sway in the wind on the tops of the hills. May the crops grow well, like those in Lebanon. May they grow like the grass of the field. 17 May the king’s name be remembered forever. May his fame last as long as the sun shines. Then all nations will be blessed because of him. They will call him blessed. 18 Give praise to the Lord God, the God of Israel. Only he can do wonderful things. 19 Give praise to his glorious name forever. May his glory fill the whole earth. Amen and Amen. 20 The prayers of David, the son of Jesse, end here.

What a great Psalm! The king prays for himself to lead in justice and righteousness, for his land to be plentiful and peaceful and for his people to be prosperous. The poor, the weak & the needy are particularly on his heart. Who would not want to serve this king? Jesus is so clearly reflected in this psalm (a messianic psalm), His sovereignty, His righteousness, justice, deliverance, redemption, love and freedom.

Who would not want to worship Him?

Lord Jesus, today I again affirm my heart for you. You are all these things and so much more & I choose to serve you, for you alone are a “Wonder-working God” (Message).

Written by Suzie Hodgson

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Tuesday 8 August, 2017

Psalm 71

1 Lord, I have gone to you for safety. Let me never be put to shame. 2 You do what is right, so save me and help me. Pay attention to me and save me. 3 Be my rock of safety that I can always go to. Give the command to save me. You are my rock and my fort. 4 My God, save me from the power of sinners. Save me from the hands of those who are mean and evil. 5 You are the King and the Lord. You have always been my hope. I have trusted in you ever since I was young. 6 From the time I was born I have depended on you. You brought me out of my mother’s body. I will praise you forever. 7 To many people I am an example of how much you care. You are my strong place of safety. 8 My mouth is filled with praise for you. All day long I will talk about your glory. 9 Don’t push me away when I’m old. Don’t desert me when my strength is gone. 10 My enemies speak against me. Those who want to kill me get together and make evil plans. 11 They say, “God has deserted him. Go after him and grab him. No one will save him.” 12 God, don’t be far away from me. My God, come quickly and help me. 13 May those who bring charges against me die in shame. May those who want to harm me be covered with shame and dishonor. 14 But I will always have hope. I will praise you more and more. 15 I will tell other people about all the good things you have done. All day long I will talk about how you have saved your people. But there’s no way I could say how many times you’ve done this. 16 Lord and King, I will come and announce your mighty acts. I will announce all the good things that you alone do. 17 God, ever since I was young you have taught me. To this very day I tell about your wonderful acts. 18 God, don’t leave me even when I’m old and have gray hair. Let me live to tell my children about your power. Let me tell all of them about your mighty acts. 19 God, your saving acts reach to the skies. You have done great things. God, who is like you? 20 You have sent many bitter troubles my way. But you will give me new life. Even if I’m almost in the grave, you will bring me back. 21 You will honor me more and more. You will comfort me once again. 22 My God, I will use the harp to praise you because you are always faithful. Holy One of Israel, I will use the lyre to sing praise to you. 23 My lips will shout with joy when I sing praise to you. You have saved me. 24 All day long my tongue will say that you have done what is right. Those who wanted to harm me have been put to shame. They have not been honored.

I love the slogan of Hope 103.2 FM – “There is always hope!”

It could have been taken from v 14 of this powerful psalm.

It seems the writer is feeling under siege – vs 10-11,13. This is something I can relate to. When things aren’t going right, when things in my world are beyond my control, no matter what I do there is no change.

This psalm is for all of us who feel like this. There is always hope.

The images with which the psalmist writes of hope powerfully convey the depth of its meaning. One is the rock, also translated as bedrock in the Message version (v5). What is bedrock? It’s solid or undisturbed rock and is also under the sea floor. It’s hard rock such as granite or sandstone, which resists erosion. To the psalmist, God is his bedrock because he has always been with him, even from his birth. He reflects back on this special relationship, which has continued throughout his life, and is characterised by caring, reliance, praise, love, hope. How does my relationship with God measure up?

The Message translates v14 this way – “I stretch out, reaching for you.” Instead of being weighed down by our “accusers” we hope in God. The image of stretching and reaching reminds me of rock climbing, clinging to a solid wall of rock, reaching for the next hand hold, balancing on my feet, arms crying out for relief. Our hope is active, not a feeling. The difficulties we encounter are like gravity to the rock climber – they can pull us away from reliance on God, like gravity pulls the climber off the rock face. We have to train (by praising, praying and trusting our righteous God) to keep the relationship strong. And our God will raise us up, bringing restoration and honour.

Thank you dear heavenly Father for caring so much for me, from even before I was born right up to today. Amen

Written by Claire Moore

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Monday 7 August, 2017

Psalm 70

For the director of music. A prayer of David. 1 God, hurry and save me. Lord, come quickly and help me. 2 Let those who are trying to kill me be put to shame. Let them not be honored. Let all those who want to destroy me be turned back in shame. 3 Some people make fun of me. Let them be turned back when their plans fail. 4 But let all those who seek you be joyful and glad because of what you have done. Let those who want you to save them always say, “The Lord is great!” 5 But I am poor and needy. God, come quickly to me. You are the God who helps me and saves me. Lord, please don’t wait any longer.

As I pause and take notice of the psalmist’s style of writing, I cannot help but see a lack of polite trimmings. There is no please or thank you, no ‘God if it is not too inconvenient…’. The psalmist clearly has a history with God, a relationship built over time, such that there is no need for polite custom. The writer is in need, and he cries out honestly to God for help. There is no hiding of the request in conversation about the weather or general chit chat. The psalmist owns their need and states their dependence on God. There is no back-up plan, this is serious and God must come through for the writer.

Am I this bold in talking to God and requesting help? Do I quickly own my need or do I hesitate and try to cover over my insufficiency?

God, help me to recognise my limits and be quick to call for your aid. Where I get caught in polite trimmings or what I ‘should’ say, open my eyes and teach me to keep it simple. Thank you that you respond to me because I’m your child, and not because I pray the ‘right’ prayers. Amen.

Written by Bethany Waugh

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Sunday 6 August, 2017

Psalm 69

For the director of music. A psalm of David to the tune of “Lilies.” 1 God, save me. My troubles are like a flood. I’m up to my neck in them. 2 I’m sinking in deep mud. I have no firm place to stand. I am out in deep water. The waves roll over me. 3 I’m worn out from calling for help. My throat is very dry. My eyes grow tired looking for my God. 4 Those who hate me without any reason are more than the hairs on my head. Many people who don’t have any reason to be my enemies are trying to destroy me. They force me to give back what I didn’t steal. 5 God, you know how foolish I’ve been. My guilt is not hidden from you. 6 Lord, you are the Lord who rules over all. May those who put their hope in you not be dishonored because of me. You are the God of Israel. May those who worship you not be put to shame because of me. 7 Because of you, people laugh at me. My face is covered with shame. 8 I’m an outsider to my own family. I’m a stranger to my own mother’s children. 9 My great love for your house destroys me. Those who make fun of you make fun of me also. 10 When I weep and go without eating, they laugh at me. 11 When I put on rough clothing to show how sad I am, people make jokes about me. 12 Those who gather in public places make fun of me. Those who get drunk make up songs about me. 13 But Lord, I pray to you. May this be the time you help me. God, answer me because you love me so much. Save me, as you always do. 14 Save me from the trouble I’m in. It’s like slippery mud, so don’t let me sink in it. Save me from those who hate me. Save me from the deep water I’m in. 15 Don’t let the floods cover me. Don’t let the deep water swallow me up. Don’t let the grave close its mouth over me. 16 Lord, answer me because your love is so good. Turn to me because you are so kind. 17 Don’t turn your face away from me. Answer me quickly. I’m in trouble. 18 Come near and save me. Set me free from my enemies. 19 You know how they make fun of me. They dishonor me and put me to shame. You know all about my enemies. 20 They have broken my heart by saying evil things about me. It has left me helpless. I looked for pity, but I didn’t find any. I looked for someone to comfort me, but I didn’t find anyone. 21 They put bitter spices in my food. They gave me vinegar when I was thirsty. 22 Let their feast be a trap and a snare. Let my enemies get what’s coming to them. 23 Let their eyes grow weak so they can’t see. Let their backs be bent forever. 24 Pour out your anger on them. Let them feel what it is like. 25 May their homes be deserted. May no one live in their tents. 26 They attack those you have wounded. They talk about the pain of those you have hurt. 27 Charge them with one crime after another. Don’t save them. 28 May their names be erased from the book of life. Don’t include them in the list of those who do right. 29 I’m in pain. I’m in deep trouble. God, save me and keep me safe. 30 I will praise God’s name by singing to him. I will bring him glory by giving him thanks. 31 That will please the Lord more than offering him an ox. It will please him more than offering him a bull with its horns and hooves. 32 Poor people will see it and be glad. The hearts of those who worship God will be strengthened. 33 The Lord hears those who are in need. He doesn’t forget his people in prison. 34 Let heaven and earth praise him. Let the oceans and everything that moves in them praise him. 35 God will save Zion. He will build the cities of Judah again. Then people will live in them and own the land. 36 The children of those who serve God will receive it. Those who love him will live there.

I just love the way David is able to express his emotional state with imagery. I picture him drowning in quick sand. He is up to his neck, exhausted, parched and overwhelmed.

David does not doubt God’s unfailing love and mercy and power to save him. With his mind on this he says in v.30-31: THEN I will praise His Name with singing and honour Him with thanksgiving, because this pleases Him more than ritual sacrifice. He longs to see God glorified to his people.

This pattern here of complaint, expression of faith and anticipation of praise and thanks giving for deliverance is one which I want to use in my times of trouble. Anticipation of Gods glorious saving grace.

Dear Lord when I am drowning please help me to look UP to you. And when I can’t do it on my own then please bring me back to this psalm, to pray it with David. Amen.

Written by Dimity Milne

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Saturday 5 August, 2017

Psalm 68

For the director of music. A psalm of David. A song. 1 May God rise up and scatter his enemies. May they turn and run away from him. 2 May you, God, blow them away like smoke. As fire melts wax, so may God destroy sinful people. 3 But may those who do what is right be glad and filled with joy when they are with him. May they be happy and joyful. 4 Sing to God, sing praise to his name. Lift up a song to the God who rides on the clouds. Be glad when you are with him. His name is the Lord. 5 God is in his holy temple. He is a father to children whose fathers have died. He takes care of women whose husbands have died. 6 God gives lonely people a family. He sets prisoners free, and they go out singing. But those who refuse to obey him live in a land that is baked by the sun. 7 God, you led your people out. You marched through the desert. 8 The ground shook when you, the God of Sinai, appeared. The heavens poured down rain when you, the God of Israel, appeared. 9 God, you gave us plenty of rain. You renewed your worn-out land. 10 God, your people made their homes in it. From all your riches, you provided for those who were poor. 11 The Lord gives the message. The women who make it known are a huge group. 12 They said, “Kings and armies are running away. The women at home are dividing up the things the army took from their enemies. 13 Even while the soldiers sleep near the sheep pens, God wins the battle for them. He gives the enemy’s silver and gold to Israel, his dove.” 14 The Mighty One has scattered the kings around the land. It was like snow falling on Mount Zalmon. 15 Mount Bashan is a majestic mountain. Mount Bashan is a very rocky mountain. 16 Why are you jealous of Mount Zion, you rocky mountain? That’s where God chooses to rule. That’s where the Lord himself will live forever. 17 God has come with tens of thousands of his chariots. He has come with thousands and thousands of them. The Lord has come from Mount Sinai. He has entered his holy place. 18 When he went up to his place on high, he took many prisoners. He received gifts from people, even from those who refused to obey him. The Lord God went up to live on Mount Zion. 19 Give praise to the Lord. Give praise to God our Savior. He carries our heavy loads day after day. 20 Our God is a God who saves. He is the King and the Lord. He saves us from death. 21 God will certainly smash the heads of his enemies. He will break the hairy heads of those who keep on sinning. 22 The Lord says, “I will bring your enemies from Bashan. I will bring them up from the bottom of the sea. 23 Then your feet can wade in their blood. The tongues of your dogs can lick up all the blood they want.” 24 God, those who worship you come marching into view. My God and King, those who follow you have entered the sacred tent. 25 The singers are walking in front. Next come the musicians. Young women playing tambourines are with them. 26 The leaders sing, “Praise God among all those who worship him. Praise the Lord in the community of Israel.” 27 The little tribe of Benjamin leads the worshipers. Next comes the great crowd of Judah’s princes. Then come the princes of Zebulun and the princes of Naphtali. 28 God, show us your power. Show us your strength. God, do as you have done before. 29 Do it from your temple at Jerusalem, where kings will bring you gifts. 30 Give a strong warning to Egypt, that beast among the tall grass. It is like a herd of bulls among the calves. May that beast bow down before you with gifts of silver. Scatter the nations who like to make war. 31 Messengers will come from Egypt. The people of Cush will be quick to bring gifts to you. 32 Sing to God, you kingdoms of the earth. Sing praise to the Lord. 33 He rides across the highest places in heaven. He rides across the ancient skies above. He thunders with his mighty voice. 34 Tell how powerful God is. He rules as king over Israel. The skies show how powerful he is. 35 How wonderful is God in his holy place! The God of Israel gives power and strength to his people. Give praise to God!

This Psalm portrays the position of those in Gods favor, and those whom are enemies, and how the psalmist wants to see God destroy them. But as we read this today, what is there to digest personally?

For me it is the verses 32-34……

“Sing to God, O kingdoms of the earth, 

sing praise to the Lord, 

to him who rides the ancient skies above, 

who thunders with mighty voice. 

Proclaim the power of God, 

whose majesty is over Israel, 

whose power is in the skies.” 

This is a call to sing to our God and proclaim his power, and to revere his might. I think often we can tend to dilute God, or consider his power only as our feeble minds allow. But the greatest display of his power and might is in the creation of the skies above. I love how the great preacher Louie Giglio tries to give us some comprehension of the enormity of the universe, with stars that are trillion times larger than our planet, and exist thousands of light years away, and yet were created by the very word of God. (Ps33:6). He spoke, and they were birthed. Now that is power!  To proclaim this means to announce, or publicly declare his power. That is what I need to digest for today.

Lord, help me to marvel at your majestic creation of the skies above, to sing praise to You and to proclaim, and speak of Your great power to others.

Written by Steve Fell

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Friday 4 August, 2017

Psalm 67

For the director of music. A psalm. A song to be played on stringed instruments. 1 God, have mercy on us and bless us. May you be pleased with us. 2 Then your ways will be known on earth. All nations will see that you have the power to save. 3 God, may the nations praise you. May all the people on earth praise you. 4 May the nations be glad and sing for joy. You rule the people of the earth fairly. You guide the nations of the earth. 5 God, may the nations praise you. May all the people on earth praise you. 6 The land produces its crops. God, our God, blesses us. 7 May God continue to bless us. Then people from one end of the earth to the other will have respect for him.

It’s amazing what a difference one word can make. “Then…” v6. Such a simple word yet so important. It links the promise with how to get the promise. It shows that praise precedes blessing.

But there is so much more to it than that. Verse 2 talks about God’s saving power and that this salvation is available to everyone – not just to Jewish people. That’s the reason for the praise. It’s Jesus Himself. He is the “how” – how God has redeemed us and rescued us. But not just us – all of creation, all of the earth, everything that was under sin’s curse (see Colossians 1:20). Jesus died and rose from the dead and rescued everything! And as if that wasn’t enough, when we respond to this audacious grace with faith and praise the blessings from God continue to flow.

Oh God of grace and mercy, thank you for Jesus. My savour and redeemer of everything. I fall to my knees and give You praise.   Amen

Written by Boudy Van Noppen

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Thursday 3 August, 2017

Psalm 66

For the director of music. A song. A psalm. 1 Shout to God for joy, everyone on earth! 2 Sing about the glory of his name! Give him glorious praise! 3 Say to God, “What wonderful things you do! Your power is so great that your enemies bow down to you in fear. 4 Everyone on earth bows down to you. They sing praise to you. They sing the praises of your name.” 5 Come and see what God has done. See what wonderful things he has done for people! 6 He turned the Red Sea into dry land. The people of Israel passed through the waters on foot. Come, let us be full of joy because of what he did. 7 He rules by his power forever. His eyes watch the nations. Let no one who refuses to obey him rise up against him. 8 Praise our God, all you nations. Let the sound of the praise you give him be heard. 9 He has kept us alive. He has kept our feet from slipping. 10 God, you have tested us. You put us through fire to make us like silver. 11 You put us in prison. You placed heavy loads on our backs. 12 You let our enemies ride their chariots over our heads. We went through fire and water. But you brought us to a place where we have everything we need. 13 I will come to your temple with burnt offerings. I will keep my promises to you. 14 I made them with my lips. My mouth spoke them when I was in trouble. 15 I will sacrifice fat animals to you as burnt offerings. I will offer rams, bulls and goats to you. 16 Come and hear, all you who have respect for God. Let me tell you what he has done for me. 17 I cried out to him with my mouth. I praised him with my tongue. 18 If I had enjoyed having sin in my heart, the Lord would not have listened. 19 But God has surely listened. He has heard my prayer. 20 Give praise to God. He has accepted my prayer. He has not held back his love from me.

This psalm is a persistent call to action – so many verbs!… Shout (for joy), Sing (of His name), Make (His praise glorious), Say (to God that He is awesome), Come and See (what God has done), Praise (our God), Come (to His temple), Come and Hear (what God has done), Cry (out to Him).

Strong, healthy relationships are built on mutual involvement. It’s easy to grow passive in our relationship with God from time to time, and end up taking Him for granted. This psalm is a good reminder of the need to be verbal in our praise of God and proactive in our seeking Him day by day – not just on Sunday in church.

Today as I write this, I am taking just a few minutes out of the busyness of life to listen to worship music, spend time focusing on God and worshiping Him. So needed and so good for the soul!

Father God, I thank You that You love to hear from Your people, that You incline Your hear to listen. Help me to remember You in my everyday life and not take for granted the awesome privilege it is to speak with You.

Written by Shelley Witt

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Wednesday 2 August, 2017

Psalm 65

For the director of music. A psalm of David. A song. 1 Our God, we look forward to praising you in Zion. We will keep our promises to you. 2 All people will come to you, because you hear and answer prayer. 3 When our sins became too much for us, you forgave our lawless acts. 4 Blessed are those you choose and bring near to worship you. You bring us into the courtyards of your holy temple. There in your house we are filled with all kinds of good things. 5 God our Savior, you answer us with right and wonderful deeds. People all over the world and beyond the farthest oceans put their hope in you. 6 You formed the mountains by your power. You showed how strong you are. 7 You calmed the oceans and their roaring waves. You calmed the angry words and actions of the nations. 8 Everyone on earth is amazed at the wonderful things you have done. What you do makes people from one end of the earth to the other sing for joy. 9 You take care of the land and water it. You make it able to grow many crops. You fill your streams with water. You do that to provide the people with grain. That’s what you have decided to do for the land. 10 You water its rows. You smooth out its bumps. You soften it with showers. And you bless its crops. 11 You bring the year to a close with huge crops. You provide more than enough food. 12 The grass grows thick even in the desert. The hills are dressed with gladness. 13 The meadows are covered with flocks and herds. The valleys are dressed with grain. They sing and shout for joy.

I have been challenged to expand my thinking in the area of faith. Faith is a big part of being an effective leader. A person of faith sees the promises of God that have not yet been fulfilled, and can see as if it has already happened. Then they keep persevering in prayer until it comes to pass.

In Psalm 65, David is speaking (actually, singing) out his faith in the goodness of God and for what is to yet to come. He sings praise for answered prayer, for forgiveness, for salvation for all people, and for abundant provision. David is singing out his faith in what God will do, as well as being thankful for what He has already done.

It’s so easy to get stuck focusing on what our natural eyes can see – difficult circumstances and challenges, and not lift our eyes to see in faith what God will do. May I be a person of faith and one who will not give up praying until God’s purposes come to pass.

Written by Shelley Witt

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  1. Claire Moore says:

    I love your description of a person of Faith! Knowing God’s promises, expecting their fulfilment in our lives, and acting accordingly, relying on God. Thank you

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