Powered by 4 - August 31, 2013


Conversations with God

today's reading.
Psalm 109  Be not silent, O God of my praise...

the blog.
You know how we always hear how when we pray we should just talk to God? Well that's true, but if that's not how you were raised or you're not entirely comfortable or accustomed with that idea yet, then this is a great psalm to read because David is really talking to God. And once he starts talking, he lets go. He doesn't hold anything back. He tells God everything. 

Talk about a picture of pouring out your heart to God. And did you notice how as David gives over his burdens, fears and concerns to God that his attitude and demeanor change? What began as a desperate crying out for help ends with a bold recognition of God's love, protection and sovereignty.

So what did you learn from Psalm 109? How can you draw on and use this passage in your relationship and communication with God? Tami

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