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Powered by 4 - August 24, 2013

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Pay Attention

today's reading.
Psalm 107:23-43  Some went down to the sea in ships, doing business on the great waters...

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The key verse for me from Psalm 107 was verse 43. It's here we're told that the wise will pay attention to the things set out previously in this psalm and thus see and consider the steadfast love of the Lord. Sometimes it's easy just to read and not really consider all that's right there before us. Maybe we're distracted when we read or we're rushing or we're approaching our reading like a task rather than an opportunity to connect with God. Whatever the case, verse 43 is a good reminder that Psalm 107 (actually all Scripture) is rich with information and we need to take it in, consider it and then do something with it in our day-to-day life.

As I went back and re-read these verses, there were a number of things that caught my attention beyond just the recalling of historical facts. I learned some things about God, about us and about the two-way interaction between God and us and us and God.

So what did you see, learn and/or take away from Psalm 107? Tami

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