Delighting in God

A very good reminder to us of the weight carried on the shoulders of who, because of an unforgiving nature, harbor a life of revenge and anger. It is simply rebellion and disobedience before the Lord. It harms the bearer more than anybody.Β  -g.w.

I love the Psalms

Reading: Psalm 37
(Verses 23-29)
The LORD makes firm the steps
of the one who delights in him;
though he may stumble, he will not fall,
for the L
ORD upholds him with his hand.
I was young and now I am old,
yet I have never seen the righteous forsaken
or their children begging bread.
They are always generous and lend freely;
their children will be a blessing.
Turn from evil and do good;
then you will dwell in the land forever.
For the L
ORD loves the just
and will not forsake his faithful ones.
Wrongdoers will be completely destroyed;
the offspring of the wicked will perish.
The righteous will inherit the land
and dwell in it forever
(NIV).

IMG_20180205_093331_hdr A winter wonderland, Racette Park, Orleans, ON β€” photo by David Kitz

Reflection
According to Psalm 37 there is a string of blessings that is bequeathed to the…

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