It's All About Attitude

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Psalm 25:1-22

I don't have a life verse or scripture, but Psalm 25 is definitely a top 5 for me. I can't tell you how many mornings I turn there to start my reading. It gives me focus and helps me get the right attitude (or maybe I should say attitude adjustment) for my day.

So what are some of the attitudes displayed here in Psalm 25? Is there one in particular that you might grab onto and put into practice today? Tami W.

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This Psalm can be used as a prayer. It seeks God's protection and God's guidance. As I read His Word daily and trust in Him and seek His strength, verses 4 and 5 below jump out at me and this I ask of our Lord and Saviour to:
"Make me to know your ways, O LORD;
teach me your paths.
Lead me in your truth and teach me,
for you are the God of my salvation;
for you I wait all the day long".

Lord, thank You for Your blessings, Your love, Your compassion and Your forgiveness. Amen.

Some times when I'm on the back burner of life something or someone in need comes into my life that I can help and God let's me fufill that need. The blessings and God's hand abound and I'm always amaized at what He can do, even with me.

This has been a favorite Psalm... I'm starting a new job in a couple of weeks, so vv. 4-5 are a wonderful reminder to pray for His guidance in the physical as well as the spiritual realm.

The attitudes of hope (in the Lord) and humility are those that I will grab onto...

Isn't it amazing how God's Word always fits our life experiences!! "May integrity and uprightness protect me because my hope is in You." vs 21 My heart's cry!!!

Verse 15 really spoke to me. As I read it, it shows me how gracious n merciful god has been in my life of sin. My eyes are forever on the lord, he plucks my feet from the net. I can't explain how many times god has showed himself to me when I am afflicted. But all He does is reveal himself to me for me to know that he is the ONLY ONE to keep my eye on. During my afflictions, I can always find peace with the lord even when my human nature wants to be at war. God is good and even though I am unworthy, and am a sinner, He shows me and tells me that He loves me forever and ever. Thank you lord

Well I wasn't going to comment today as it has been hard for me reading the psalms. So I stopped and asked for help in reading without judgment and help to know what I need. I have trouble with sins of my youth being brought to my mind over and over sometimes and all my transgressions. I liked the first part of verse 7: 7Remember not(L) the sins of my youth or my transgressions;. Just a reminder to me that Christ has forgiven me and in HIM I am clean. :) Good to know hey. Have a blessed day. Janice

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