Keep Praising – Victory Cometh

praise 2“How long must I wrestle with my thoughts and every day have sorrow in my heart? How long will my enemy triumph over me?” King David wrote this in Psalm 13:2, but it describes perfectly how we all feel at times. The battle to retrain our brains is intense. We wish God would just solve it already. In doing so, however, He wouldn’t be doing us any favors.
He created us to rule with and for Him (Gen. 1:28) and is now preparing us to reign with Christ when He returns (2 Tim. 2:12). If He always stepped in and waved His perfection wand over our lives, He’d actually be crippling us. Where and when do you want to learn about how to make the choice to follow Him – the practice field or the big game? Off stage in your sound proof room or on stage before a sell out crowd?
Humanly speaking, I wish He would simply restart my brain. As a child of God who knows better, I know David’s answer is right on the money. “But I trust in Your unfailing love, my heart rejoices in (meaning the struggle is still raging) Your salvation. I will sing to the LORD, for He has been good to me.”
His God came through for Him in the past. He will come through for him in future as David praised and sang in the midst of the battle. We can too. Remember, when you’re weak He can be strong for you.
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