But I have trusted in your steadfast love; my heart shall rejoice in your salvation. Psalm 13:5
My noted thoughts:
- Questioning God can lead to reassurance in Him.
- Being frantic in thought is soothed by rejoicing in the LORD.
- Our mouths (along with our hearts) causes us to know and trust in no other Rescuer.
We all have ‘button pushers.’ Circumstances, people, life itself, that would have us to question and demand “why me?” “Is there a reason for this LORD?” “Are you seeing this LORD?” “Are you hearing this LORD?”
We often feel like we send up, and shout out questions God just won’t answer. But this verse says that having trust is more important than having the answers. We wonder. We question. Who doesn’t? But being a Christian doesn’t mean God gives us a reason for every button that’s pushed in our lives just an encompassed trust and love in the midst.
God’s word tells us…“Let not your heart be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me.” John 14:1. Our minds (and hearts) should be stayed in (and on) God’s salvation, not in Him giving us all the answers.
So let’s go Christians, rejoice, delight even, God hears!
Does your heart rejoice in the faithfulness of God’s loving ear? Comment below.