From God’s Heart to Ours

Psalm 89:14 NIV, “Righteousness and justice are the foundation of your throne; love and faithfulness go before you.”

On Sunday, my Pastor shared this verse during the sermon. Considering the state of the world we are living in, this verse brings security and peace. Righteousness, justice, love, and faithfulness flow from God’s heart to ours. As His children, we never have to worry or fear. We just have to open our hearts to receive the blessings He wants to give us.

Photo by: Mabel Amber of the Netherlands 🇳🇱

As we pray and seek God, we will see Him working in our lives. He knows exactly what we need and when we need it. His timing is perfect, and He will never fail us. We are privileged that we can trust Him to supply our needs. Even when we don’t know how God is working, we do know He’s working. He’s a faithful God who does no wrong, upright and just is He (Deuteronomy 32:4).

In the midst of life’s upheaval, we can put our full confidence in Him.

35 thoughts on “From God’s Heart to Ours

  1. What a comforting verse especially in today’s times. It is a reminder that even if at times we do feel things seem out of control, as you said God is indeed working even if we cannot see it. It is reassuring to remind ourselves that God is in control of everything.

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  2. “Even when we don’t know how God is working, we do know He’s working” – what confidence and comfort this gives us, Sis. We simply need to trust, to stand still and wait for His plans to unfold.

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  3. Yes, even when we don’t see it He is working. Your post made me think of the song “Waymaker.” Such a good song of praise to sing when things have been tough and you can’t see what the Lord is doing. Enjoy the rest of your week Dawn. ☺

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