“The friendship of the Lord is for those who fear Him, and He makes known to them His covenant. My eyes are ever toward the Lord, for He will pluck my feet out of the net.” Psalm 25:14-15
God, who created ALL things, wants to be my friend when I place my trust with Him.
When I declare He is my God, He becomes my confidante.
When I decide to live how He wants me to be, He becomes my personal companion.
Someone who listens when I’m lonely.
Who watches me through the night.
Who longs to hear my voice.
Who wants to know all about it.
Additionally, God will make known to you His covenant.
His unbreakable connection with you.
Forever and always, God promises to be by your side as you fear Him.
May our eyes ever be towards the Lord, as the psalmist says.
As we continue to trust God for our everything, He will rescue us.
Our tangled ugly mess will become pretty as He plucks our feet out of the net.
I don’t know about you, but I regularly need God to rescue me.
Usually from me, myself, and I.
Our sinful selves rise up, don’t they, demanding we place our needs above all else.
May we continue to fear the Lord.
May we listen to the instruction He gives.
May our souls dwell within His peace.
May God’s friendship walk with us all of our days.
May we truly understand our incredible covenant with God.
May our eyes be ever focused towards the Lord.
And may He continue to rescue us from not only others, but ourselves, too.