At first glance we might apply this devotion to our lives.
Christians are under persecution, it would make sense for us to make that connection, but there is more to it than that. If we read Psalm 53 up to where we are now, Psalm 64, then we can see that it is clearly about the Christ. This Psalm is no different.
If we break it into chunks we can see that it is all about Jesus. It is the prayer of Jesus in sight of His end. There was a rebellion.
This was a question of brazen autonomy. And who are further described in the next verses. What is fear? What one word, in verse 4, lets us know for sure that this is speaking of Jesus? Chicago format.
And it says in verse six, that they conceived the perfect plan. Behind His back, the very people Jesus loved were now trying to kill Him. God had already made the perfect plan, and He has for you and me.
The righteous will rejoice. Jesus will rejoice, but because of His great love we will be joining Him!
The enemy is out to kill, steal and destroy. We must constantly remember to build up treasures in heaven and not on earth.
Life is short, live for God. Jesus is the only reason we have life and it is important to stand with Him even when times are tough, even when the enemy is out to get you. You can cancel anytime during the trial period.
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Psalm 64 - For the director of music. A psalm of David. Hear me, my God, as I voice my complaint; protect my life from the threat of the enemy. Hide. Psalm 64 usually refers to the 64th psalm from the Book of Psalms according to the Masoretic numbering. It corresponds to Psalm 63 in the Septuagint numbering.
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