psalms that echo into the depths of my heart…

“Preserve me, O God; for in Thee do I put my trust.” –Psalms 16:1

“Hear the right, O Lord, attend unto my cry, give ear unto my prayer, that goeth not out of feigned lips.” –Psalms 17:1

“The Lord is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer; my God, my strength, in Whom I will trust; my shield, and the horn of my salvation, and my high tower.” –Psalms 18:1

I wish I could share with you, at the moment, what is going on in my life… well, in my head. In case you’re wondering, this is all about me, and concerns no one else. Blame no one, because this would be happening, wherever I happened to be. And I try and make sense of something that… well, frankly, that scares me… I find that there is no other comfort but in God. Yes, I have family and friends to give advice and pray for me. But I’m finally starting to learn that He is truly my refuge in time of trouble, and I would be nowhere, without Him.

A favorite song occurs to me, and then continues to loop through my head…

“You are my strength when I am weak,

You are the treasure that I seek,

You are my all in all…”

May I continue to rely on Him for strength, seek Him for the treasure that He is and has for me, and may He truly become ALL to me.

2 thoughts on “psalms that echo into the depths of my heart…

  1. For some reason, Isaiah 44:3 comes to mind…the Lord says, “I will pour water on the thirsty ground…” I take it as a promise and a comfort of the surety of the grace and goodness of God, especially in the tough times. When I’m thirsty (needy in any way), there’s an abundance of water to quench my thirst, because He pours it out to me. Blessings and grace to you to come to the “other side” of your struggle, better and stronger than ever.

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