Updated: Apr 4, 2020
Psalm 88:8 You have caused my companions to shun me; you have made me a horror to them. I am shut in so that I cannot escape; my eye grows dim through sorrow.
The psalmist who wrote this knew what it was like to be rejected and shut in.
Perhaps it was David who had to hide in a cave to stop Saul killing him.
It's easy to feel sad, sing the blues, and even have self pity when you are locked in, when you are unable to get out. And you know what it's okay to tell the Lord that.
I love that, after telling all his woes to God he then says in the next chapter..
Psalm 89:1 I will sing of the steadfast love of the Lord, forever; with my mouth I will make known your faithfulness to all generations.
Wow! Love this.
This is how I am at the moment. There are times I feel sad that it's end times and everything is about to change forever.
And other times I'm excited that Revival is coming and I'm gonna write songs to tell of God's unending love. I'm going to make Jesus known to all generations.
'Your love, God, is my song, and I'll sing it! I'm forever telling everyone how faithful you are. I'll never quit telling the story of your love—' (msg)
It's important that I go from, that you go from the weight of this situation (not the Corona, but what's gonna happen after).
To singing about the love of God forever.
The world needs to know about the Love of God.
And I could sing of Your love forever.
Father forgive me for getting distracted, for getting weighed down. Even being locked in I chose to sing of Your love and faithfulness forever in Jesus' name Amen.