Daily D – Psalm 68:19, 35

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Psalm 68:19  Praise the Lord; praise God our savior! For each day he carries us in his arms. (NLT)

Psalm 68:35  God is awesome in his sanctuary. The God of Israel gives power and strength to his people. Praise be to God!

Sometimes God carries us. On other occasions, he strengthens us. Is today a Carry Me Day or a Strengthen Me Day? 

Either way, you are loved with an everlasting love. Whether you need bearing or empowering, our Father in Heaven is on the job. 

This is Sunday. This is a good day to join with our brothers and sisters in Christ and remember how God is all we could ever want and all we could ever need.

This is a good day to sing praise for who he is and thank him for his faithfulness through all generations. 

God carries us in his arms.

God gives power and strength to his people. 

I will praise and thank our glorious God for providing what we need when we need it.

Our Father, you carry us when we are weak. You strengthen us for whatever we face. You know what we need when we need it. Your faithful love endures forever. Amen. 

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