Theology

Perfect Devotion (1)


Some great thoughts from Psalm 27 from a brother in Africa. Awesome

Watumishi wa Neno

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There are some Psalms I read and I just think, that is how my relationship with God should be. That’s the thirst and desire and God-centredness and single-mindedness and joy that I need and want. A heart completely secure in and sold out to the Father. They’re very inspiring Psalms. But I also find them convicting and condemning. Because my relationship with God is only very rarely anything even approaching that and usually a thousand miles away from that sort of devotion.

But… what it I don’t jump straight into the Psalmist shoes? What if I don’t straight-line the Psalms to me but first look at them as Jesus Psalms? Three examples (first one below and a couple more to come):

Psalm 27

Deep down I do want to have that “one thing” focus on the Lord (v4) but I know that most of the time I don’t. I’m also…

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