Sunday, November 24, 2013

Salvation Sundays: The Deliverer

Psalm 140 starts off by saying "Deliver me, O Lord, from the evil man: preserve me from the violent man;" (Psalm 140:1). David's prayer was for God to deliver him. He wanted to be delivered from all attacks of his enemies. David wanted to be free from every enemy. As he is going through life, he realizes that God is his strength and is all that he needs. He knew that God answers his prayers and that God is there for him.  

In 2 Peter, we see that different occasions where people were led astray. It starts off by saying how there were false prophets and how people were deceived by these false prophets. This is why is important that we trust God and obey Him. Once we continue to trust and obey God, He can save us. If you're going through, trust God. Obey God because He will deliver you. He will deliver you out whatever you're going through. 

Another way to be delivered is by praising God through it all. Praise God through it all and see what He does for you. Praise God through and see how He delivers you. No matter what you are going through God is still worthy of the praise. Every praise goes to God. He is your Savior. He is your Healer and He is your DELIVERER!!!! God will deliver you if you are praising Him and showing Him you trust Him. I encourage you to praise the Deliverer and see how He saves and delivers you. 

In Psalm 3, David talks about how there are many that rise up against him. He talks about he cries out unto God and trusts Him and that he won't be afraid as He has God on His side. He has the deliverer to keep Him. Through it all, David can still say "But thou O Lord art a shield for me: my glory and the lifter of mine head." God is your shield. God is your deliverer!!!! 

Stay blessed!!!!
Salvation Sundays: Steven Gable
 2 Chronicles 6:41 "Now therefore arise, O LORD God, into thy resting place, thou, and the ark of thy strength: let thy priests, O LORD God, be clothed with salvation, and let thy saints rejoice in goodness."

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