PSALM 68:19-20 Blessed be the Lord, Who bears our burdens and carries us day by day, even the God Who is our salvation! Selah! 20. God is a God to us of deliverances and salvation, and to God, the Lord, belongs escape from death (setting us free). Amp.
The King James version says “Who daily loaded us with benefits” instead of “Who bears our burdens and carries us by day.” I wrote this post before 12:00 and was getting ready to publish it when it was wiped out. I have no clue as to what happened. All I know is I worked real hard and then it was gone. So I just sat down and cried.
The Lord showed me that it was not about me. Even if there is only one person who would benefit from these words, I am accountable to say them. I have had a 126 day streak going that now goes back to 0. But that does not really matter.
My post was about all the good things He has done for us. Psalm 103:1-5 tells us to bless the Lord with all that is within us and goes on to say all that He gives us. There is never any reason not to bless the Lord. He allows trials in our life so we can grow. He always is looking for new ways to bless His own.
We have been given a commandment to Praise Him and should make it a daily practice to stand before Him in our homes. All that know you should know this is your time to sing and should not try to get in the way. We need His presence more at this hour. There is power in Praise and Worship.
Especially in the hard times, when we sing we will get deeply blessed. The Spirit will do a work in your heart making more room for the love and joy that you greatly need.
Psalm 149:5 Let the saints be joyful in the glory and beauty which God confers upon them; let them sing for joy upon their beds. AMP.
Now I am going to go and bless the Lord before I go to sleep. It is my most wonderful reason to be a widow. I get to sing as long as I want and am so blessed.
This is not what I had written in the other post but I guess this is what the Lord wanted. So I will focus on the good knowing He knew this was going to happen and will make it work for my good. Selah!