How many of you received a gift and then were told, “You can’t play with this”?
If you study the history of the Old Testament Hebrews, you will find a never-ending cycle of obedience, blessing, rebellion, discipline, repentance, and restoration. (But don’t get cocky. You and I have carried on that tradition.)
Anytime you call upon God, He is listening for you.
The law of God is a rule of life, sanctifying the soul, a support in trial, imparting happiness to the mind.
This psalm is not an original composition, but a compilation of two other psalms. Why were these two portions put together?
The Lord is good. Period. Not because we deserve His special favor, but because it is impossible for Him to be anything but good.
When we forget God, even sweetness is bitter; but when we remember God, even bitterness is sweet.
God is good! All the time, God is good.
It is as though God’s faithfulness is fixed in the heavens right alongside Pleiades, Orion, or Ursa Major.
Like stars, faith and hope are lights that shine only in the darkness.