I LIFT UP MY EYES – Psalm 2:4

Psalm 2:4 : The One enthroned in heaven laughs;  the Lord scoffs at them.

Response : O Lord, You must have laughed when long ago the people built the tower of Babel – thinking they could reach You, thinking that they were as smart as You but they were sadly mistaken and You destroyed the tower and put them in derision. Please remind me that my best efforts are pitiful against Your higher thoughts and plans. Help me remain humble before You, acknowledging Your lordship in my life. May I not forget who You are, and that You deserve the highest respect in my life today. Thank You Jesus that as great as You are, You care for the humblest child that comes to You in repentance and You forgive and forget the wrongs we do. Keep me in Your paths of righteousness today. Amen.

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One Response to I LIFT UP MY EYES – Psalm 2:4

  1. I am sure the Lord laughs at the idiotic thoughts of man as they try to ‘explain away’ the concept of a living, omnipotent, creator God . . . and I am also sure His loving heart grieves for them, and longs to see them repent.

    May we, His adopted, blood-bought children, share His heart of love and grief and minister to those who deride Him.

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