TGFABT – Psalm 67
The Unselfish Prayer
- Used to express possibility
- Used to express opportunity or permission
- Used to express contingency, especially n clauses indicating condition, concession, purpose, result
- Used to express wish or prayer
- Used to express ability or power
Journal: What truth is God teaching you through Psalm 67?
God is reminding me of the importance of big picture praying.
Word Study Wednesday
I loved the Amplified translation of verses 3 and 4.
3 Let the peoples praise [yâdâh: yawdaw, confess, give thanks] You [turn away from their idols] and give thanks to You, O God; let all the peoples praise and give thanks to You.
4 O let the nations be glad and sing for joy, for You will judge the peoples fairly and guide, lead, or drive the nations upon earth. Selah [pause, and calmly think of that]!
5 Let the peoples praise [yâdâh: yawdaw, confess, give thanks] You [turn away from their idols] and give thanks to You, O God; let all the peoples praise and give thanks to You!
Praise Him. He judges fairly. He guides, lead, and drives out our enemies. Then praise again.
Do you have something to have something to praise Him about today?
Journal: Tell God something that you are thankful for.
I am thankful God allows me to be part of His precious work in the lives of others.
Faith Stretching/Strengthening Friday
Journal: How is God stretching/strengthening your faith?
He is navigating me through the holiness I started praying for in January, the clean heart of Psalm 51:10. Some days are better than others. 🙂