Category: Psalm

Imperfectly perfect

God is perfect in His nature (Matthew 5:48) and His character (Psalm 18.30) Therefore, God lacks nothing, and He certainly doesn’t need anything, because He is complete…in every way…mind-boggling don’t you think? Yet, we are all imperfectly perfect. We are all made in the…

To the One Who is Scared of not Receiving Your Dreams

Ever since I was a little girl, I dreamt of having children. I wanted my prince and loads of children around me, but at 15-years-old, I realised that my body wasn’t built the way it was designed to be, and by 17-years-old, the Doctors…

When God Humiliates You

I remember as a little girl being “bought down a peg or two” when I became too “big for my boots.” There have also been times in my adult life, where pride has got the better of me, and although at the time, it…

Remembering God

Saul and his Army had been hunting David, yet he sang this Psalm to God, to remember God’s goodness This Psalm is almost a duplicate of 2 Samuel 22, which reinforces that when we are surrounded by evil, the only sure way to be…

Why the Holy Spirit is important

David knew that repentance was the only way back to God. He was remorseful about his relationship with Bathsheba, but the most important thing to David was not to lose his relationship with God It’s interesting that in Psalm 51, David names the Holy…

Belly Laughing Your Way to Heaven

The world we live in has more people on antidepressants than any other generation that has gone before us. Stress or anxiety are primary factors, but loneliness, I feel, plays a huge part in today’s society as well We have even forgotten how to…

Fly Away

Initially, I read past this verse this morning, but I felt like God was drawing me back, to linger, to ponder, to reflect… Do you ever feel like you want to press ”pause” on life? To run to God, and just ”be.” David showed…

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