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Claiming God’s Abundant Blessings - Psalm 71:19-21

Claiming God’s Abundant Blessings - Psalm 71:19-21

“Your righteousness, O God, reaches to the highest heavens. You have done such wonderful things. Who can compare with you, O God? You have allowed me to suffer much hardship, but you will restore me to life again and lift me up from the depths of the earth. You will restore me to even greater honor and comfort me once again” Psalm 71:19-21 (NLT).

I love the Psalms because, like my life, they run the gambit of human emotions. This Psalm starts out with praise (as we should start every conversation with God), then the writer goes on to say that even though life has been hard, he has complete confidence that God will not only restore his life, but that He will shower him with even greater blessings than before.

Sometimes in our darkest moments we forget the faithfulness of our God; that’s why this Psalm gives me such hope. It reminds me that I am not alone in my suffering, and just as God was faithful to the writer of this Psalm, He will prove Himself faithful to me and restore me to life again—but He’ll do more than restore me, He will also comfort me in my distress and lavish me with His rich blessings.

I must admit that periodically in my life I allow the darkness to seep in and drag me down; I feel lost and alone, and I don’t know how to pull myself from the depths of despair. That’s why I love the way the Psalmist begins this passage by acknowledging the greatness of God and ends it by assuring himself of God’s faithful promises. This is true faith in action; and it reassures me that God will indeed bring me through the difficulties in my life.

It’s easy to be faithful in the good times when everything is going our way and we are being flooded with the amazing blessings of God; but in those moments, hours, days, months, sometimes even years of darkness we experience, that’s when our faith is truly tested. It’s in those moments of pain, when we need God most, that we need to recognize His power; we need to cry out to Him in our pain, claiming His abundant promises. It’s in those dark moments that our faith shines forth, and I pray that God will give me the kind of faith that shines through the darkness of this world.

Meril Jeffery John.J

Meril Jeffery John.J

If This is God's Will then no man can Fight it

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