Let God Arise

Let God Arise
(Written by Pastor Kevin Haislip and re-printed with permission by 2 Timothy 4:5. Pastor Haislip is a CMA Affiliate)
 

Your congregation dwelt in it;
You, O God, provided from Your goodness for the poor.
Psalms 68: 10  (NKJV)


David begins his song to the Lord, “Let God arise…”
 
Can there be anything greater for God’s people and congregation to dwell in but to raise up the name of God in our praises? 
 
He delivers us from our enemies.  He cares for the fatherless, and sets the solitary in families.  He defends the widow.  He frees those who are bound and brings them into prosperity.  He sends the plentiful rain for those who are weary.  And from His goodness, He provides for the poor.
 
Blessed be the Lord,
Who daily loads us with benefits,
The God of our salvation!  Selah  
 
Are you weary and overwhelmed?  Sing praises to God.  He will give you strength and bring you through.
 
Are you oppressed and weighed down with many concerns?  Sing praises to God.  He who rides on the clouds which were of old will set you free and give you sanctuary.
 
Are you alone?  Do you need today’s bread?  Sing!  Sing praises to God!  He will bring you out, and set you amongst His people.  He will bring you out and give you a name, and provide for you.
 
“From your goodness…” rejoices David of God. 
 
O God, You are more awesome than Your holy places.
The God of Israel is He who gives strength and power to His people.
 

Written by:
Pastor Kevin Haislip
Waxahachie TX
2 Timothy 4:5 CMA

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    Dear Pastor Haislip. Thank you for your contributions. Keep about the Lords work as I look forward to reading what you post next.

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