No matter what occurs keeping in mind the depth of spiritual agreement that is inborn in each of us will keep us moving wisely through our lives. Whether things seems to be good or not too good acknowledging our covenant sets the tone for a honorable life.
PRESERVE ME, O GOD: FOR IN THEE DO I PUT MY TRUST
Great words to consider especially when we may be challenged with an intense health concern. There is something to experience in meditating upon these words that brings the reality of trust and the ability to withstand the problem while opening up to that which would assist in the situation for real preservation to be known. Lifting up our minds and hearts to the solid nature of God acknowledging His constant resurrecting power helps to settle the heart and indeed open the mind to what is required. It may not immediately dawn upon us what is required however a steadfast acknowledgement that God does have all the answers that can be known moment by moment brings the ability to move through and master challenging situations.
HE THAT DOETH THESE THINGS SHALL NEVER BE MOVED.
Psalm 15 has keys to abiding in the tabernacle and dwelling in the holy hill of God. As these things are done we shall never be moved out of the experience of excellence and high understanding. It worth the time to consider such matters as the following:
Honoring those who revere the Lord
Speaking the truth in our heart
Not putting our money out to usury
Not taking reward against the innocent
Not doing evil to our neighbor
Not taking up a reproach against our neighbor
Backbiting not with our tongue
HE THAT SPEAKETH THE TRUTH IN HEART
How well do we speak the truth that is in our heart? Let’s consider how best we may articulate words that spring from a true place in our heart. A place that looks to bless those we are with. A place that brings an awareness of our highest sensing of purpose.
MY HEART SHALL REJOICE IN THY SALVATION
Our salvation comes as we acknowledge its source and rejoice in it. It is always at hand. When we are fretting about something it may seem non existent. We only need to turn in the right direction to know it again and continually.