There are many beautiful worship songs about God’s glory and faithfulness, but the lyrics in this particular section of Deuteronomy 32 probably won’t be found in the typical Sunday worship songs of today.
This promise from God was the only thing that Abram had to follow. I say “only”—a promise from God is more than we could ever ask for—because, despite the value of such a promise, the rich comfort that his promises offer can only be accessed by faith.
Let us think about how many times God has been merciful to us. Let us consider the magnitude of God’s love for us. Let us remember the joy of our salvation.
Jesus bore the punishment for our sins and we are forgiven no matter what.
Let us praise God for his continued faithfulness in our lives.
A slow reading of Psalm 95 bounced me back and forth through the story of God’s people; reminding me of stories of rocks and foundations, of stones and salvation.
Are there days where you need the Lord to bring you to order, too? The days where you feel pressed to defend your work choices, parenting choices, leadership choices? Or, even worse, the days where you are in the crowd with me, grumbling about how great your ministry, church, company, or life used to be?
Ruth taught me that the best decision for us within God’s masterplan might not always be the most logical decision in the eyes of human beings.