Psalm 63

The 4-part study for Psalm 63 is now available here. :

Psa_63:1-3 ‘Blessed to hunger and thirst after righteousness and be filled’

Psa 63:4-6 Be still and know that I am God (Psa_46:10)

Psa_63:7-11″this is the true grace of God wherein ye stand”(1Pe_5:12) PART I

Psa_63:7-11 “this is the true grace of God wherein ye stand”(1Pe_5:12) PART II

Dear brethren,

This Psalm 63 like all of God’s word has an order to it that becomes more and more bright as we learn of His purpose for all of mankind. Those who are called and chosen in this age have a hunger and thirst for righteousness, which is caused by God and filled by our Father through Christ and His Christ.

Until we are still we don’t hear the still small voice, and in the process of becoming still enough to hear, we learn of God and His power and might, which do not rely on our fleshly arm in any regard.

The true grace of God wherein we stand gives us the power to put of the flesh as we learn to trust God emphatically through the fiery trials and tribulations, which this life must bring from a loving Father. He is maturing us into mature sons through those experiences of evil that we are called to endure through Christ.

I feel very grateful to break bread at this Table and the Lord never ceases to amaze me with the revelations and spirit of love and encouragement that the body of Christ shares when we come together. The scripture that comes to mind is (1Co 10:16) which speaks of the true grace of God’s communion being shared, building us up in our most holy faith that is a tried faith, which enables us to stand where we would have once fallen.

1Co 10:16 The cup of blessing which we bless, is it not the communion of the blood of Christ? The bread which we break, is it not the communion of the body of Christ?

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