Almighty God, you sent your Son to proclaim your kingdom and to teach with authority. Anoint us with the power of your Spirit, that we, too, may bring good news to the afflicted, bind up the brokenhearted, and proclaim liberty to the captive; through your Son, Jesus Christ our Lord.
I want to begin this post by thanking my followers… THANK YOU!!! I have noticed an increase to people reading and hearing me. To those that are new, I post encouraging scriptures and personal testimonies for the current church week.
HOPEFULLY, THESE “words” WILL HELP YOU ON YOUR WAY WITH YOUR WALK WITH CHRIST.
TODAY was Interesting…
I began with a short read…
I then went to the Gym, Church, & the Library… LATER, I GAVE MY SPEECH IN LANCASTER WITH MY DEVIL PUPPET.
*WHATCHA LOOK’n AT???*
i am going to load my speech i gave last night on my LinkedIn account…
I need to share this with you before I load it…
Song of Trust in God Alone
To the leader: according to Jeduthun. A Psalm of David.
1 For God alone my soul waits in silence;
from him comes my salvation.
2 He alone is my rock and my salvation,
my fortress; I shall never be shaken.
3 How long will you assail a person,
will you batter your victim, all of you,
as you would a leaning wall, a tottering fence?
4 Their only plan is to bring down a person of prominence.
They take pleasure in falsehood;
they bless with their mouths,
but inwardly they curse.Selah
5 For God alone my soul waits in silence,
for my hope is from him.
6 He alone is my rock and my salvation,
my fortress; I shall not be shaken.
7 On God rests my deliverance and my honor;
my mighty rock, my refuge is in God.
8 Trust in him at all times, O people;
pour out your heart before him;
God is a refuge for us.Selah
9 Those of low estate are but a breath,
those of high estate are a delusion;
in the balances they go up;
they are together lighter than a breath.
10 Put no confidence in extortion,
and set no vain hopes on robbery;
if riches increase, do not set your heart on them.
11 Once God has spoken;
twice have I heard this:
that power belongs to God,
12 and steadfast love belongs to you, O Lord.
For you repay to all
according to their work.
Question: WHAT DOES “Selah” MEAN???
Answer: Selah is also thought to be rendered from two Hebrew words: s_lah, “to praise”; and s_lal, “to lift up.” Another commentator believes it comes from salah, “to pause.” From salah comes the belief that selah is a musical notation signifying a rest to the singers and/or instrumentalists who performed the psalms. If this is true, then each time selah appears in a psalm, the musicians paused, perhaps to take a breath or to sing a cappella or let the instruments play alone. Perhaps they were pausing to praise the One about whom the song was speaking, perhaps even lifting their hands in worship. This theory would encompass all these meanings—“praise,” “lift up,” and “pause.” When we consider the three verses in Habakkuk, we also see how selah could mean “to pause and praise.” Habakkuk’s prayer in chapter 3 inspires the reader to pause and praise God for His mercy, power, sustaining grace, and sufficiency.
LET’s GO LOAD THAT SPEECH…
Well… THINGS MIGHT NOT BE GOING HOW I PLANNED THEM… However, my FAITH is AWESOME… no-one or no-thing… i mean no-one or no-thing can keep me from running to our God!!!
I recorded me reading PSALM 62…
WILL YOU LISTEN???
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