“We put our hope in the Lord”

Psalm 33, verses 20 through 22, reads, “We put our hope in the Lord. He is our hope and our shield. In him our hearts rejoice, for we trust in his holy name. Let your unfailing love surround us, Lord, for our hope is in you alone.”

This short passage felt really peaceful to me when I read it this afternoon after spending a day at an orientation for a new job and then fighting traffic for an hour on the way home. Something about the chapter of Psalms always does this to me, it heals my spirit and gives me instant serenity when I pick up my Bible and read the verses in Psalms.

I was really surprised to get called for an interview at this new job and then to find out that I was offered a full-time position. I am sure beyond a shadow of a doubt that this is God at work in my life because the manager wants to train me in some skills I am not proficient in but have always wanted to learn.

I know God was working in my life when he convinced this manager to hire me; I really didn’t think I would ever hear back from this particular job and I feel so blessed by God that I have been given  this chance. I really relate to what these verses say about our hope being in God and how when we submit our wills to God we will begin to see him working in our lives. This has been and continues to be the case in mine.

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