Praise on our Lips

February 28th, 2022

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Psalm 63:1-5

Your prayers count. But what if your soul is as dry as an old sponge? As we crack open Psalm 63, David voices what we all experience from time to time: a spiritually dry season. “I thirst for you, my whole being longs for you, in a dry and parched land” (v. 1b). We pray for our churches, our families, and ourselves. We understand that God hears us when our prayers come from a weary disposition. We exercise faith and anticipate that when that answer arrives, we will praise the Lord.

David was very transparent with his feelings when he prayed but looked forward to an end to his dry season. David knew that God would liberally supply his need. He offered his prayer in weakness and believed God would provide bountiful solutions.

Ponder today the amount of time between “dry season” to “fully satisfied,” but keep your eye upon the future party. The mouth that offers petitions anticipates a day of praise.

Author: Mike Stipp

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