O my God, shine Your light and truth
to help me see clearly,
To lead me to Your holy mountain,
to Your home.
Then I will go to God’s altar with nothing to hide.
I will go to God, my rapture;
I will sing praises to You and play my strings,
unloading my cares, unleashing my joys, to You, God, my God.
O my soul, why are you so overwrought?
Why are you so disturbed?
Why can’t I just hope in God? Despite all my emotions, I will hope in God again.
I will believe and praise the One
who saves me and is my life,
My Savior and my God.
(Psalm 43:3-5 The Voice)
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Some favorite verses that I hadn’t read for a while. Thank you also for the beautiful photograph.
Blessings on your day, Liz.
Amazing image, paired with great words.
Thank you, Neil. This was near Pincher Creek, Alberta yesterday. The weather is often quite dramatic there. It was extremely windy and I had to find a thick fence post to use as a tripod. (My little car actually went airborne for a few feet there once.) Changes in terrain, in weather, and in ways of thinking can all contribute to making us feel a bit unsteady. The scripture passage is preaching to myself, but I’m glad it resonates with you as well.