HOW DO I LOVE THEE – PSALM 92 (PT 10)

Vs 10  back-pedaling.  I must revisit vs. 10.  to the words Fresh Oil. We know the OIL is the Spirit of God.

Fresh, new way to relate to Him; from His part, He deals with me in a renewed way daily.  ” It is of the Lord‘s mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not.  They are new every morning: great is thy faithfulness.” (Lam. 3:22-23)  It is from Him we have a new walk in our daily life; separated, away from the grind of this rat race.

When I entered this journey into Psalm 92, I saw the message of how my life reflects my love for Jesus, but as I’ve been posting and in other areas of my life, the idea of  “I know God loves me, but am I someone that He likes” has become a theme.  I have many people in my life that I truly and unconditionally love; my children , for instance, (and God often uses my relationship with my children to teach me about my relationship with Him), but there have been times when my children were not at the top of my ‘A’ list, so to speak.

Am I that way with God?  Am I someone He not only loves, because He promised it, and that is His nature? but someone He likes?  My study into the scripture and meditations are focused lately on this idea of who Jesus called ‘friend’.  That’s how I want Him to think of me.