June 12

Written by Bill Grandi on June 12th, 2024

My morning Encounter Time included reading Psalm 77.  As I read and highlighted a thought developed and as I pursued it, it became clearer. It is not profound but I share it with you this morning.  I’d like to ask you to open your Bible to Psalm 77 and read each section as I have delineated and then formulate your own thoughts.

The problem we face: Psalm 77:1-3

The questions that linger: Psalm 77:4-9

The scenario we replay: Psalm 77:10-12

The answer we remember: Psalm 77:13-15

Whether we are talking whatever B.C. (when this psalm was written) or 2024 A.D., times haven’t really changed. After listening to people say the Bible is outdated and not applicable to today’s world, I chuckle when I run across a passage like this and realize how contemporary it is. The problem, the questions, or the scenario hasn’t really changed. But most importantly, the ANSWER hasn’t changed. And that I can “take to the bank.”

 

 

 

8 Comments so far ↓

  1. I will certainly add Psalm 77 to my must-read list today. 🙂
    Blessings, Bill!

  2. I loved this biblical “exercise”, Bill! This is a scripture I needed to read today. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Betty Draper says:

    Just let me say, amen, amen, amen to your pointed post. Nothing new under the sun, sin is sin and forgiveness is forgiveness. Blessings brother.

  4. Ryan S. says:

    Read through the Psalm twice, first time straight through, second time pausing and reflecting with your post as a guide. Thoughtful and purposeful. Thanks for sharing.

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