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Saturday, June 20, 2009

The psalmist knows that God is always there with Him, guiding Him through those hard times, protecting him, providing the strength when his body and mind are weak. I think the impact of these things on the psalmist is best seen in verse 28. It seems to indicate that, BECAUSE of his suffering, the psalmist sought refuge in God and as a direct result drew nearer to Him. So suffering = needed refuge = became near to God. That suffering was the means to a very important end! (But the psalmist didn't stop there. The knowing and living were followed by the other main component of 5.2 -- sharing! - "I will tell of all your deeds"). -Amy

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