Daily D – Psalm 33:4-5

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Psalm 33:4, 5 
For the word of the Lord is right, and all his work is trustworthy. He loves righteousness and justice; the earth is full of the Lord’s unfailing love. (CSB)

For God’s Word is solid to the core; 
everything he makes is sound inside and out. 
He loves it when everything fits, 
when his world is in plumb-line true. 
Earth is drenched 
in GOD’s affectionate satisfaction. (MSG)

What God says is right, trustworthy, righteous, and just. The whole world is “full of the LORD’s unfailing love” (CSB). It “is drenched in GOD’s affectionate satisfaction” (The Message). These are empowering truths. Embrace and express them today.

This whole psalm is worth reading, reading aloud, and pondering for days. 

God is our Source, it says.

God is our Strength, it announces.

God is our Destiny, it promises. 

Ideas like these make us want to sing new songs (verse 3). 

How will you live your life today knowing that you are “drenched in God’s affectionate satisfaction?”

I will live confidently.

Our Father, because you love me with everlasting love, I will live confidently. Because I can trust everything you command and promise, I will live freely. Because everything you do is good, loving, and kind, I will live joyfully. Amen. 


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