God loves when we spend quality time with Him. Why can I say this with authority? Well for one, in the popular story of Mary and Martha, the words of Jesus are very revealing. When Mary spent time at the feet of Jesus listening to His words and Martha, who was busy serving got frustrated with Mary, Jesus responded to Martha by saying, “Martha, Martha, you are worried and troubled about many things. But one thing is needed, and Mary has chosen that good part, which will not be taken from her.” That “one thing” was spending time at the feet of Jesus as Mary did. So, don’t be distracted; practice spending time at the feet of the master.
I hope you are being blessed by spending time on Psalm 23:1(a). Ask God to make your time with Him extra special. We have now looked at “The” and “Lord”. Today we look at “is”. Here are your 4 questions to answer:
- How would you describe the tense of the phrase (e.g., past, present or future)?
- What time period do you think the Psalmist intends to cover?
- What kind of emotion do you believe the word “is” evoked for David?
- What kind of comfort do you take from your preceding answers?
Remember if you feel led, please share your thoughts with the group by posting a comment. The comments already posted have been truly inspiring.