Sunshine Sunday: Psalms 25:5

Hey guys! I apologize for not posting anything in a few days, I hope to now post at least every other day if not more. For todays Sunshine Sunday post, I will be explaining a verse: Psalms 25:5 “Lead me in thy truth, and teach me: for thou art the God of my salvation; on thee do I wait all the day.”

This verse is written by David, and he wrote this to be a prayer for guidance and protection. In the first part of the verse he is asking God to lead him into the truth, and for God to teach him. In the middle of the verse David is saying that he believes in God, and he recognizes that God is who brings salvation. Finally in the last part of the verse, it reads, “on thee do I wait all the day.” David is saying that he waits on the Lord all the time. He waits for God to give him the answers to his problems, and goes to him for help.

This is what we can learn from this verse in Psalms. Sometimes God makes us wait on problems that we have, or answers that we may want. He may want us to stay in a valley that we are in, because there is something that we can learn from it. God doesn’t always bring us out of a situation right when we ask him. He also may not answer our prayers right when we pray them either.

But we always need to remember that God always knows best, and we shouldn’t questions any of his decisions. Even if sometimes we may have to stay in a valley for longer that we may like, remember that we can always learn somethings from mistakes or hard times.

I hope that you enjoyed this post! If you have any questions or comments please leave them bellow or in the contact sections at the top of the page.



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