We speak so much about God’s love for us, as we should do, but what about our love for him. These three last verses in this glorious psalm remind us that our love for God should not be just a cheap word or emotion we express, but a daily choice.
God is sparking a blessing to his people and all that starts with Love.
Not just any love but a love that chooses to set the heart on God. A love that cleaves to God in walk and talk. A love that listens intently, thanks gernerosley and adores God abundantly. It’s a commitment with time and treasure. We rush to ‘claim’ God’s deliverance, protection, honour and rescue but do we know him? Intimately, personally?
God speaks here as a tenderhearted mother, caring and sacrificial toward her child who is sick or in trouble. Do we know God that close like a child and mother relationship? Do we know His voice and presence? Have we set our love upon Him?