Its new everyday. The more I live, the more it increases. His steadfast love that extends to the Heavens. There is a few worship medleys wrapped in these lamentations. You habe to know how to draw out the melody in the Word, so that you reach a depth that cannot be touched by human emotion alone.
Darwin Hobbs, and Don Moen, two of my favorite worshipers instroduced me to this sound that I love. Remember, God never sleeps nor does He slumber. So, when you and I are awake in those midnight hours. He is willing to hear your faintest cry. He will answer you more readily, because only a few find Him in the night. Then Donald McClurkin, began to chant, “Great is your mercy”. So, we know and understand the depth of His true kindness towards us who believe in Him. He is ful of mercy towards us. He will strengthen our resolve when we question where we may be. I will trust in the Lord with my soul (Intelli), not just my emotions, that can be unstable. Pull ourselves together and sound it out loud. How good and how pleasant it is to dwell together in unity as we all praise the name of the Most High God.
Where are we? When it is time to join the day singing! I mean, the birds and the elements begin a swan song of appreciation to the Creator of all things. Where are we in the group? When does our brass began to play its solo? Did He do what you and I truly testify about? Did He wake you up this morning? Starting you on your way? Put food on your table? Etc. We cant thank Him enough for the smooth roads in our walk of salvation. All of our rugh ways have been made straight. The crooked thoughts we now question the validity of its source before we listen to it. Thank the Lord for Jesus Christ. The only begotten Son of the Living God.
Another song, ‘Without Him I Can Do Nothing’. Like a ship without the ability to propell itself forward, because it lacks the sales it takes to catch the wind it needs to be in motion.
We are all like ships without sales. Drifting like dead wood on the oceans of life. If it were not for the Captain of our souls. Finding all of this lost drift and useless waste. We would be conpletely mad. Then we would have a reason to complain. But, right now. I won’t complain. Even on a bad day, God is still good.