Daily Inspiration – Psalm 18:5,6 (Trivia)

Psalm 18:5,6 “The sorrows of hell compassed me about: the snares of death prevented me. In my distress I called upon the Lord, and cried unto my God: he heard my voice out of his temple, and my cry came before him, even into his ears”.

Have you ever been sick to the point of wasting: meaning you think that death is imminent, because your body has lost its intention of living and is quickly seeking repose in dying?  Have you ever been attacked to the point where both your physical and mental faculties failed you and you know in yourself that you won’t be long in this world and something in yourself know that you haven’t accomplished all that God has created you?

Have you been at death’s door and cried out to God, ‘No Lord, this is not of you, so therefore I rebuke it; Lord put in an appearance or else I die incomplete’.  And wonder of wonders, Jesus, the Man of war appears in your situation and puts those demons to flight; oh yes, His very presence is a demon destroyer.  

Let Jesus walk into your situation TODAY: beg, beseech, cry  out passionately and see Him walk upon your mountains. You see, your earthly parent might not wish to hear you cry in pain, but Jesus is moved by your tears.  He will respond, He will come upon the scene, He will create a new scenario and recreate the outcome.

Cry out to your God today; he hears us all if we humble ourselves and seek His face. Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal…

Trivia: He was so infatuated with his wife he named a feast after her….

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2 Responses to Daily Inspiration – Psalm 18:5,6 (Trivia)

  1. Lenora woods wallace says:

    vilma u make tears come to my eyes…….God. bless……

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