Every Morning

These are King Davids words as recorded in Psalm 5:3 from the translation according to the Message bible. I like how personal this translation portrays Davids words giving us the motivation to do likewise.

Published by: G.W.

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14 thoughts on “Every Morning”

  1. Well My Friend, Sometimes there is fire in my soul, sometimes rain to wash and cleanse me. Sometimes the pheasant rooster is crowing by the screen porch or the bear is strolling by. But, I do lay out the pieces of my life and wait expectantly and God seems to answer in His unmistakable manner (no two times alike). This morning I felt joy in the pains of life. I am thankful for your walk with God and sharing it.

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