Something uneasy happened this morning. But wait!
If you’d like to read about dealing with uneasiness, here’s a passage from Psalm 4 from the Jerusalem Bible, a Psalm of David, an evening prayer. David apparently wrote this Psalm when he was in some kind of trouble. Over time, David’s troubles included being hunted down by King Saul. If you’d like, listen to David take his fear to God: “God, guardian of my rights, You answer when I call, when I am in trouble, You come to my relief; now be good to me and hear my prayer.”
“In peace I lie down and fall asleep at once, since You alone, Yahweh, make me rest secure.”
Yes, Jesus loves us. Yes, Jesus loves us. Yes, Jesus loves us, for the Bible tells us so.
I hope you have a good evening. I hope to see you again Saturday, Lord willing:) Meanwhile, God’s peace to you! (That unease went away. A Psalm is solace for uneasy times).
- “Father… This One Is Mine!” (nnyphishnet.net)
- Favorite Psalm (christical.wordpress.com)
- Perfect Peace (livinginhisgrace.wordpress.com)