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20 February Sat, 2016
 
Four Ways to Look
[ Psalms 77:1 - 77:15 ] - hymn545 
 
I will consider all your works and meditate on all your mighty deeds. - Psalm 77:12

Joan was struggling with some difficult issues with her children when she sat down for a worship service. Exhausted, she wanted to “resign” from motherhood. Then the speaker began to share encouragement for those who feel like quitting. These four thoughts that Joan heard that morning helped her to keep going:








Look up and pray. Asaph prayed all night long and even expressed feelings that God had forgotten and rejected him (Ps.77:9-10). We can tell God everything and be honest about our feelings. We can ask Him anything. His answer may not come right away or in the form we want or expect, but He won’t criticize us for asking.





Look back and remember what God has done in the past for you and others. Asaph didn’t talk to God only about the pain; he also recalled God’s power and mighty works for him and God’s people. He wrote, “I will remember the deeds of the Lord; yes, I will remember your miracles of long ago”(v.11).




Look forward. Think about the good that might come out of the situation. What might you learn? What might God want to do? What do you know He will do because His ways are perfect? (v.13).



Look again. This time look at your circumstances with eyes of faith. Remind yourself that He is the God of great wonders and can be trusted (v.14).


May these ideas help us gain perspective and keep moving in our faith journey with Jesus. - Anne Cetas
     

Lord, I can’t help but see my problems. Help me not to be discouraged and weary, but to see You in the midst of them.
 
Our problems are opportunities to discover God’s solutions.
 

NCV New Century Version
Psalm 77:1-15
Remembering God’s Help

For the director of music. For Jeduthun. A psalm of Asaph.

77 I cry out to God;
    I call to God, and he will hear me.
2 I look for the Lord on the day of trouble.
    All night long I reach out my hands,
    but I cannot be comforted.
3 When I remember God, I become upset;
    when I think, I become afraid. Selah
4 You keep my eyes from closing.
    I am too upset to say anything.
5 I keep thinking about the old days,
    the years of long ago.
6 At night I remember my songs.
    I think and I ask myself:
7 “Will the Lord reject us forever?
    Will he never be kind to us again?
8 Is his love gone forever?
    Has he stopped speaking for all time?
9 Has God forgotten mercy?
    Is he too angry to pity us?” Selah
10 Then I say, “This is what makes me sad:
    For years the power of God Most High was with us.”
11 I remember what the Lord did;
    I remember the miracles you did long ago.
12 I think about all the things you did
    and consider your deeds.
13 God, your ways are holy.
    No god is as great as our God.
14 You are the God who does miracles;
    you have shown people your power.
15 By your power you have saved your people,
    the descendants of Jacob and Joseph. Selah

 
   
 

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