Blessed be the Lord, who day by day loads us with good; God is our salvation!


just come to the meetings and praise the Lord: He loads you with good and the enemy is defeated!The second section of Psalm 68speaks about the enjoyment of God in His house – after the building up of His dwelling place, the church, we enjoy God as our everything in His house. Psa. 68:19-20 says,Blessed be the Lord, who day by day loads us with good; God is our salvation. Selah. God is to us a God of deliverance, and with Jehovah the Lord are the goings forth even from death. Praise the Lord – He daily loads us with the Triune God as the only Good One – and He is our salvation!

Blessed be the Lord, who day by day loads us with good

The “good” here is the same “good” Paul speaks about in Rom. 8:29 – it is not anything outward or physical, but it is the Triune God as our everything. Day by day God is loading us with Himself as goodness so that we may enjoy Him! Only God is good – even the Lord Jesus acknowledged that only God is good in Matt. 19:17. All things in our life as believers in Christ and members of the Body of Christ living a normal Christian life in the church life works for good – the Triune God is dispensed into us to transform us and conform us to the image of God! Continue reading this portion via,

just come to the meetings and praise the Lord: He loads you with good and the enemy is defeated!

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