Oh To Be Wise Meditations
I pray that God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ will be kind to you and will bless you with peace! Praise God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! The Father is a merciful God, who always gives us comfort. He comforts us when we are in trouble, so that we can share this same comfort with others in trouble. We share in the terrible sufferings of Christ, but also in the wonderful comfort he gives. Amen. The LORD of hosts calls us to be still, and know that He is God! He will be honored by every nation. He will be honored throughout the world. And He comforts by His powerful voice or by his ministering angels. Yes, Listen carefully to the thunder of God’s voice as it rolls from his mouth. It rolls across the heavens, and his lightning flashes in every direction. Then comes the roaring of the thunder, the tremendous voice of his majesty. He does not restrain it when he speaks. God’s voice is glorious in the thunder. We can’t even imagine the greatness of his power. He says to the snow, ‘Fall on the earth,’ and to the rain shower, ‘Be a mighty downpour.’ So that everyone he has made may know his work, he stops all people from their labor. The animals take cover; they remain in their dens. The stormy wind comes from its chamber, and the driving winds bring the cold. God’s breath sends the ice, freezing wide expanses of water. He loads the clouds with moisture, and they flash with his lightning. The clouds churn about at his direction. They do whatever he commands throughout the earth. Whether for correction, or for His earth, or for goodness, He causes it to happen. His word that goes out from his mouth will not return to Him empty, but will accomplish what He desires and achieves the purpose for which He sent it. May The Living Word overshadow you and stir you and comfort you. And may His ministering angels protect you wherever you go. Guard you in all your ways. Bless the LORD, all His angels mighty in strength who carry out His word, who hearken to the voice of His command.
Meditate Ps. 29:4