Meditating on Psalm 3:
Weekends are for refreshing the mind, heart and soul. May we do it by:
- Knowing the faithful love of Christ. That even if there are persecutions in our lives, we know and believe that the lovingkindnesses of our God will uphold us. That we will in no way avenge ourselves against those who hurt us, but to be steadfast in trusting and serving the Lord with all humility and fervent love, and He will lift up our heads. That those around us will know, in time, that the God we serve is good and faithful.
And they shall be mine, saith the Lord of hosts, in that day when I make up my jewels…
Then shall ye return, and discern between the righteous and the wicked, between him that serveth God and him that serveth him not. (Mal. 3: 17,18)
Resting in His peace that passes all understanding, for He takes away all fears from our hearts with His perfect love. That we will lay down to rest at night knowing that, even in our slumber, He sustains us, plans, and works for our bright future. To know that this is as real as He is.
May we know and feel the love of Jesus like a hammock suspended in the clouds, which gentle swaying lulls us to sweet, peaceful, and glorious experience of His holy presence. Amen.