Contemplations – Book of Psalms 34

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It’s only right to start this Gregorian year by praising and rejoicing in the Lord. An eventful past year it was, but the Lord surely remained with us. The Almighty Father answered our prayers and encamped us in the ever-present unconditional love.

I will extol the Lord at all times;
his praise will always be on my lips.

Fear of the Lord is not a bad thing, but rather the “beginning of knowledge”. This principle invokes the concept of respect, reverence, and partnership. It is having the foresight to realize the unlimited potential of opportunities layered in this fellowship.

    The angel of the Lord encamps around those who fear him, 
    And he delivers them. 

I am convinced that reconnecting to that Kingdom consciousness is the truth that many prophets intently professed, yet most of us are still oblivious to it or intently choose to divert from it.

    Come, my children, listen to me; 
    I will teach you the fear of the Lord…
    Turn from evil and do good, seek peace, and pursue it. 

Make every effort to live at peace with everyone. Each person will be judged according to the nature of his deeds. For this reason, you must seek the guidance of the Most High at all times; no one knows what is good, only Elohim. If you want the kingdom, follow those commands and respect the Lord.

    The righteous person may have many troubles,
    But the Lord delivers him from them all; he protects all his bones,
    Not one of them will be broken. 

The Lord never forsakes His children. Though we may stumble, His manifold wisdom is always at hand to deliver us from the pit. Life’s blows enable us to mature in our faith and our walk with the Most High’s will. All things are conformed to His divine purpose. Realize that your story was written.

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