Daily D – Psalm 73:21-26

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Psalm 73:21-26
When I became embittered
and my innermost being was wounded,
I was stupid and didn’t understand;
I was an unthinking animal toward you.

Yet I am always with you;
you hold my right hand.
You guide me with your counsel,
and afterward you will take me up in glory.
Who do I have in heaven but you?

And I desire nothing on earth but you.
My flesh and my heart may fail,
but God is the strength of my heart,
my portion forever. (CSB)

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You’re all I want in heaven!
You’re all I want on earth!
When my skin sags and my bones get brittle,
GOD is rock-firm and faithful.
(The Message)

The older and weaker I become, the more I lean into God who is rock-solid and eternally faithful. 

That’s it. That’s the message. 

There’s nothing like a few days in the mountains to remind a person of the aging process. There’s nothing like a few days in the mountains to remind a person of how mighty is our God. 

This is what I will ponder and celebrate today. 

I will sing God’s praises for his majestic beauty in all the earth.

Our Father, how good you are! You have created a beautiful world. Thank you for mountains and snow. Thank you for sunshine and blue skies. Thank you for being the strength of my heart now and always. All I want is you. Amen.

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