That who fears the Lord will be blessed

Here we see a statement by the Psalmist David to all those people who fear God, who follow the right path regardless of the obstacles, they will be blessed by God.

Behold, that thus shall the man be blessed that feareth the Lord.

Psalm 128:4

The fear of God will lead us every day to follow the Lord, to love His way, to practice justice, He will take care of us when we walk on dangerous paths, He will separate the enemy from our ways, because the fear of God makes us stand firm in front of Him.

When we walk under the Lord’s guidance, it is because we obey Him and we decide that the way of the Lord is right for humanity. Something that this man named David had was that everything he said, he said it for sure.

The Lord shall bless thee out of Zion: and thou shalt see the good of Jerusalem all the days of thy life.

Psalm 128:5

The psalmist David, every time he said a word, he did it extolling Almighty God, glorifying the Lord in a special way, putting to the Lord in the first place. But let’s not forget that David did it with all his heart. After he had given glory and exaltation to God, then he began to ask him to take care of and bless Jerusalem all the days of their lives.

Yea, thou shalt see thy children’s children, and peace upon Israel.

Psalm 128:6

David was patient when he needed God, he was waiting for the Lord’s time, because he knew that God’s time is perfect. Let us continue obeying and fearing our God so that we continue to be blessed every day of our lives.

4 thoughts on “That who fears the Lord will be blessed

  • April 15, 2019 at 9:09 am
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    That who fears the Lord will be blessed
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    “Yea, thou shalt see thy children’s children, and peace upon Israel.”
    Psalm 128:6

    One of the blessings of the Lord over his people is that they can see their family increased. For a nation like Israel, that lived surrounded by their enemies and sometimes was defeated and diminished in number, it was very important for them to contemplate their children’s children.

    They wanted to be a big nation feared by neighbors and other people.

    Another result of being freed from their enemies is that peace allowed them to live with their families and enjoy life.

    The Lord God had promised to bless them if they respected his commands. If they feared the Lord, they would be blessed.

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  • April 15, 2019 at 2:57 pm
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    AMEN THANK YOU JESUS FOR WAKING ME UP TO SEE ANOTHER OF YOUR BEAUTIFUL DAYS THANK YOU LORD FOR FORGIVING ME OF MY SINS THANK YOU FIR GIVING ME YOUR TEACHINGS AND WORDS OF THE HOLY BIBLE I GIVE YOU ALL THE HONOR PRAISE AND GLORY I LOVE YOU LORD JESUS CHRIST IN YOUR NAME I PRAY AMEN AND AMEN.

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