The Lord Will Perfect

Psalm 138:8 says” The LORD will perfect that which concerneth me: thy mercy, O LORD, endureth for ever: forsake not the works of thine own hands...King James Version


David is saying that though he walk in the midst of trouble, the Lord will revive him; the Lord will stretch forth His hand against the wrath of David’s enemies, and God’s right hand will save him.

What does it means when the scripture says “the Lord will perfect that which concerns me? It means this He will complete what he has begun. He will not begin to interpose in my behalf, and then abandon me. He will not promise to save me, and then fail to fulfill his promise. He will not encourage me, and then cast me off.

The rest of the scripture says forsake not the works of thine own hands, what is David saying? The work of my salvation, which is thus far advanced, not by any human help, but by thine own extraordinary power and providence, 

Cross reference this same verse to Philippians 1:6 which say’s being confident of this, that he who began a good work in you will carry it on to completion until the day of Christ Jesus.

As we see in scriptures the Lord has a purpose for our lives, no matter how much you might have messed it up. Even if you never given any thought to your life; the Lord Jesus has a plan. And no one can stop the plans He has for you not even you and I.

Dear Lord forgive us for the mess ups, forgive us for not trusting you with the plans for our lives. Lord we think we know what is best for us when in fact we don’t have a clue what is best for us. Let these scriptures ring in our hearts today. In the Mighty Name of Jesus I pray, AMEN, AMEN and AMEN


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