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His love and His faithfulness!

"It is good to praise the Lord, and make music to Your Name, O Most High, to proclaim Your love in the morning and Your faithfulness at night." Psalm 92:1,2

Good morning, friends.

Psalm 92:1,2 say that it is good to praise the Lord and sing out to Him and to proclaim His love in the morning and His faithfulness at night. Why do we have to do that? Do you want to know the reason? Here you go.

Last night after my offshore call, I went to sleep and in the morning I got up on time. There are many who have accumulated wealth but still they can’t find a way to sleep peacefully. There are many who can’t eat the food they want to eat. But I have no such restrictions/problems. When I close my eyes the Lord gives me sleep. I can eat whatever I want.

When I got up this morning, I felt that I’m very happy today. Though the situations around me have not changed, I could still feel the happiness inside me. I’m thankful to Him for He is taking care of me 24/7. Even when I sleep, my Savior never sleeps, nor slumbers. He is watching over me day and night without a pause. Then He gives me a new day. Do you know why He does this to me? It is just because He loves me so much. And that’s the reason why the Psalmist says that it is good to proclaim His love in the morning!

When we get up we don’t know what issues/challenges we would face for the day. So we’re surrendering them all in to His hands and after we return from work, we come back to rest. We would have accomplished some tasks at work. God would have guided us in all the things that we surrendered to Him. He would have granted the favor in the eyes of others. He would have used us to be a blessing to a few people around us. He would have enabled you and me to return safely to our home. I can write many things. The Psalmist wants to proclaim Him faithfulness, because He is faithful enough to care about every single detail of our lives!

Now don’t you think that it is good to praise His name and to sing aloud about His love in the morning and about His faithfulness at night? If you do, what are you still waiting for? Just go ahead and start practicing it.

May God bless you!

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