In the day when I cried out, You answered me

It is good to read these words spoken by the psalmist David, who when was in His difficult moments, cried out to God and remembered that day that happened. Moments where not everyone could endure, but despite that God answered him.

This man trusted fully in God, he prayed to the Lord and the Lord answered him, but that was because the psalmist David had a heart ready to wait for the perfect will of God. He did not care in the situation he was in, but before all this trial he stood firm and God strengthened him.

In the day when I cried out, You answered me,
And made me bold with strength in my soul.

Psalm 138:3

Despite his disobedience God had mercy on him, because he was a man of humility, of character, acting according to the will of God and grateful of God for His goodness.

One thing happens and that is that God is pleased with the people who glorify and exalt His name, and that is why we should be grateful for the miraculous work of God.

All the kings of the earth shall praise You, O Lord,
When they hear the words of Your mouth.

Psalm 138:4

One of the things that the human being must have pending each day is, respect the laws of God, glorify His name, praise Him for His wonders, because when the Lord speaks we must keep silence, because by Him all things exist.

Yes, they shall sing of the ways of the Lord,
For great is the glory of the Lord.

Psalm 138:5

It is good to remember that God is the only savior, and that His ways are perfect, He is the one who helps us to make our paths safe. Because the God of all things, who knows everything, He is great in mercy, in goodness, He teaches us what true joy is. God our sustenance, let us praise the almighty King.

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3 comments on “In the day when I cried out, You answered me

  1. In the day when I cried out, You answered me
    We must be always confident m that the Lord God, creator of our lives, has prepared everything we need in this world. He takes care of us, he loves us, he has spared not his own Son and gives us freely all things (Romans 8:32).

    “In the day when I cried out, You answered me,
    And made me bold with strength in my soul.”
    Psalm 138:3

    If all these are benefits the children of God have received from Him, then we can trust that the Lord will listen to us when we are in trouble.

    We must not forget that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

    “The Spirit of God bears witness with our spirit that we are the children of God” (Romans 8:16)

    So if we have this grace from God, we have received faith to believe in Jesus Christ and through him to be members of the family of God, then,

    We must be a faithful people of the Lord God: because he is our Father that is in the heavens; He has chosen us by the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has justified us before Him.

    May the Lord God be glorified by our good works. Amen.

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