Praying Psalm 64

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1-2 Lord, listen to my complaint: Oh, preserve my life from the conspiracy of these wicked men, these gangs of criminals. They cut me down with sharpened tongues; they aim their bitter words like arrows straight at my heart. They shoot from ambush at the innocent. Suddenly the deed is done, yet they are not afraid. They encourage each other to do evil. They meet in secret to set their traps. “He will never notice them here,” they say. They keep a sharp lookout for opportunities of crime. They spend long hours with all their endless evil thoughts and plans.

But God himself will shoot them down. Suddenly his arrow will pierce them. They will stagger backward, destroyed by those they spoke against. All who see it happening will scoff at them. Then everyone shall stand in awe and confess the greatness of the miracles of God; at last they will realize what amazing things he does. 10 And the godly shall rejoice in the Lord, and trust and praise him.

Meditation and Prayer

Saved from certain death

Picture the horror of being trapped in a house as scorching flames and choking smoke close in on you. Then imagine how grateful and relieved you’d feel to be plucked to safety. Well, the truth is that every person on the planet is in tremendous danger. We all urgently need rescue—not by people in uniform—but by our Father in heaven. God loves you so much that He sent His Son to save you. You’ve probably heard this before, but are you sure you understand what it’s actually all about? What does it really mean and can it truly change your life? Read on and find out!

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