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Universal Utterings for 12-16-2013
How great are Your Works, LORD! How profound Your designs! Psalm 92:6
Numbers 24:2-7, 15-17, Psalm 92 & Matthew 21:23-27
The awe of creation should be enough to captivate the every-day human but we learn too early in our present generation the flash and flair that eludes the Truth for instant gratification. People want their poison and they want it now. We want to reach the farthest, eat the most and throw away the results begging God we live the longest. God’s profound designs have recourse and reason built all in the same package experiencing havoc from hell’s excess and grace from heaven’s work.
The Psalmist today reminds us to be ever thankful not giving in to the destiny of sinners relying on the strength God gives all His Children by the Truth we live in sickness and in health. Today my friends I feel the ache they say of Ibuprofen excess while praising God in the waking moments of loving His Word. I realize I must seek medical attention today after leading up to this day by taking the stuff for the last twenty-five years recently being told my kidneys may have problems. My strength continues by the God Who asks me to give my all as I continue my prayers for His Will to be accomplished. Amen.
We ask in prayer: Dear LORD, we pray we contemplate Your Works living them by the Truth we call out to day and night. Novena prayers day six for Brian to find work. Greg Bishop has our never-ending prayers. Prayers for Dr. Cruz-Peluca. LORD from Psalm 92:7, I chant, “A senseless person cannot know this; a fool cannot comprehend.” In Jesus Name we pray. Amen.
I am surrendered in Christ,
†Spirit led God inspired Christ fed†
Works so profound designs so great– Psalm 92
Called a Sabbath song
LORD we give thanks
Knowing good survives
Your Name praised in High
Night faithfulness closes the day
Love proclaimed every morning to say
Melody of instruments array
Deeds of You a jubilant display
Works so profound designs so great
Eternal destruction is the sinners case
Scattered like grass wicked their fate
Fruit in old age to the just who relate
© Thomas Joe Cruz†Wiggins December 16, 2013 @ 4:35 AM EST