Chapter-a-Day Psalm 10

Faith But you know all about it—the contempt, the abuse. I dare to believe that the luckless will get lucky someday in you. You won’t let them down: orphans won’t be orphans forever. Psalm 10:14 (TM)

Faith is choosing – daring – to believe that God will fulfill His promises despite the current circumstances and overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Faith is…

  • Abraham daring to believe that God will give him a child though he and his wife are in their nineties
  • Moses daring to believe that God will deliver Israel from Egypt
  • Hannah daring to believe that God will open her barren womb
  • Young David daring to believe that God will give him victory over Goliath
  • Joseph daring to believe the story of his pregnant, betrothed wife

Lord, I do believe. Help my unbelief.
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One thought on “Chapter-a-Day Psalm 10”

  1. God’s grace and order wins;
    godlessness loses.
    17-18 The victim’s faint pulse picks up;
    the hearts of the hopeless pump red blood
    as you put your ear to their lips.
    Orphans get parents,
    the homeless get homes.
    The reign of terror is over,
    the rule of the gang lords is ended.
    What a picture this paints of God’s personal touch. As I age, I know that God desires intimacy with us. Each person matters and He cares for each one. That is amazing and humbling. This is also a great reminder to increase in my communication with God. I have been convicted that I need to grow deeper in the area of prayer. That is my intimacy back to God.

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