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We all want to get the most out of life, to make sure we don't waste it. This song (psalm) wants to make sure we have the right perspective to make the right decisions. It's a perspective that everyone should have an opportunity to consider!
Tick, tock, tick, tock. Time is the great equalizer, isn’t it? Nobody can add more to their life. You can make more money, make more friends, but you can’t make more time. So managing time becomes incredibly important. A look at Psalm 90 helps us debunk some myths about time so we obtain a wise approach to how we spend our time.
Here we find David writing out of a time of affliction, yet nevertheless giving thanks to God. In fact, he calls upon all the saints to join him in thanksgiving, giving us reasons to do so. Then he invites us to taste and see that the Lord is good. When we do so, we will properly fear the Lord who hears and delivers us from all distresses because he first delivered his righteous One from death. We shall end with one final call to taste and see the grace of God and to thank him for that grace.
All believers face affliction as Jesus says "In the world you have tributlation, but take courage" for the God who delivered in the past continues to deliver today.
Sermon on Psalm 23. Theme: Who you follow determines the life you lead.