PROFOUND WISDOM FOR LIVING

“Keep trusting in the Lord and do what is right in his eyes. Fix your heart on the promises of God and you will be secure, feasting on his faithfulness’s

Psalm 37:3-4 passion translation.

David gives some very powerful but simple instructions how to walk with God over the long haul. Nothing magical or fancy but simple profound wisdom.

Keep trusting in the Lord. - trusting Him in all seasons of your life even when you don’t necessarily always see clearly or understand. Making the simple declaration. Lord this hurts, I feel confused, and abandoned, disappointed angry or whatever else but Lord I choose to trust in you in spite of what’s happening.

Do what is right in his eyes- We all deep down know what is right and wrong before the Lord. Keep doing the right thing before the Lord. Sometimes its just making right choices daily putting one foot in front of the other and keep turning up.

Fix your heart on Gods promises. Find promises in Gods word regarding your situation. Healing, peace, joy, direction, wisdom or whatever you are facing, and fix your heart on those scriptures and confess and declare them over and over again your life every day. Set your heart on Jesus like a compass set on north.

Feast or eat from his table of faithfulness. God is faithful, totally dependable, reliable, trustworthy unshakable. He will never let you go or disappoint you. Everything else is sinking sand.

These are discipline’s we can build into our lives each day by making a decision of the will on a daily basis. These things will keep us steady and faithful even in the most difficult seasons we all face in the journey of life.

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