Praying and Living Out the Truths of Psalm 15.

Published February 15, 2023

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Praying and Living Out the Truths of Psalm 15.

Hi everyone!

During our last corporate prayer moment, we prayed for strength and comfort from God’s peace during difficult times, based on the words of the Apostle Paul in 2 Corinthians 1:8-11.

However, in the two weeks since that prayer, our nation has faced even greater uncertainty and difficulty. From deadly mass shootings to natural disasters and a growing political divide, it can be easy to lose hope and become overwhelmed with fear and despair.

Yet, we have a source of strength and comfort that is greater than any of these challenges, and that is our faith in Jesus Christ and Jesus alone.

As I read and reflected on Psalm 15 this morning, my heart lamented for those who lost their lives in these tragedies, and for those left behind to carry on without them. Just as David faced evil all around him, the psalm provides us with much-needed instruction on how to live, overcome, and not allow evil to shake us to our very core.

1 Lord, who may dwell in your sacred tent? Who may live on your holy mountain? 2 The one whose walk is blameless, who does what is righteous, who speaks the truth from their heart; 3 whose tongue utters no slander, who does no wrong to a neighbor, and casts no slur on others; 4 who despises a vile person but honors those who fear the Lord; who keeps an oath even when it hurts, and does not change their mind; 5 who lends money to the poor without interest; who does not accept a bribe against the innocent. Whoever does these things will never be shaken. — Psalm 15:1-5 

As we lift up our communities, college campuses, state, nation, and the world in prayer, let us be active change agents, not only praying but also living out the truths of Psalm 15.

Let our lives lived unto God be an example for those who are struggling with illness, grief, and loneliness, and for those feeling the effects of the growing political divide and civil unrest in our world.

We pray for God’s protection for our communities and campuses, especially in light of recent events, and for healing for those affected by violence and tragedy.

We also pray for those who have lost their jobs, homes, or businesses due to natural disasters and the looming recession, that God may provide for their needs and comfort them in their distress.

Let us encourage one another to remain steadfast in our faith, even in the face of adversity. Let us put our hope in the Lord, knowing that He will never leave us nor forsake us, and that His love and mercy are unchanging and everlasting.

In closing, let us remember the words of King David in Psalm 15: “The one whose walk is blameless, who does what is righteous, who speaks the truth from their heart.”

We should endeavor to live our lives in accordance with these words, by aligning ourselves with God’s will and seeking the transformative power of the Gospel of Jesus as we actively participate in sharing the good news of Jesus.

Join us for an evening of prayer on Zoom at 8 pm, where we will witness the transformative power of prayer to Jesus, as He brings back everything that is lost and restores what is broken in our hearts and in the world around us.

See you soon!

God bless,
Pastor Alvin & Mallary Brown ::

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