“My strength and my shield”

In Psalm 28, David writes, “Praise the Lord! For he has heard my cry for mercy. The Lord is my strength and my shield. I trust him with all my heart. He helps me, and my heart is filled with joy. I burst out in songs of Thanksgiving. ”

I really needed to read something like this today. It helps to read about the absolute faith that David places in God; the psalms are full of his declarations of his faith in God’s protection for him and his people.

I sometimes allow myself to get overly anxious about everyday occurrences and can really get my nerves worked into a lather; I have training for a new job tomorrow and I am feeling very nervous about driving to the training center. The job is actually very close to my house but the training is in the city near the airport.

I know I just have to have faith in God and he will allow me to get through this just fine. I just need to pray and he will calm my nerves and assure me that I am going to get through it okay and it will all work out. Reading David’s writings always renews my faith in God as, in David’s words, “my strength and my shield”, and soothes my frazzled nerves.

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