Daily D – Psalm 100:3

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Psalm 100:3 
Acknowledge that the Lord is God. 
He made us, and we are his— 
his people, the sheep of his pasture. (CSB)

Know this: God is God, and God, God. 
He made us; we didn’t make him. 
We’re his people, his well-tended sheep. (MSG)

Simple truth is most profound. Among the simple declarations of great truth is this simple verse. 

God is God, and we are not.

God made us; we did not make him.

We belong to God, and that’s the best news ever. 

He is better to us than we would be to ourselves. 

The highest and best thinking we will do today is to acknowledge God for who he is and to see ourselves in the light of this ultimate truth. 

When we see God for who he is, we see everything else from a proper perspective. 

What lenses are you using to look at life today? 

I will see God for who he is and everything else from this proper perspective.

Our Father, you are God, and I am not. You are in charge here, and I am not. You provide all I need, and I do not. You are better to me than I would be to myself. In these simple truths lies my security and my delight. Amen. 


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