Long before David ever became king of Israel, he had a secret relationship with God. There was relationship, communing between David and God, long before he wrote the beautiful Psalms which are part of our worship and meditations today. The Psalms were not the result of a weekend revival nor the result of a trip through a falling-down prayer line. They are the result of a life of worship and trusting God in all circumstances. ”I was once young, but now I’m old. Not once have I found a lover of God forsaken by him, nor have any of their children gone hungry.” (Ps.37:25, TPT)
Your healing is not dependent upon how much of something has come down through your bloodline or how much of something is lacking in your bloodline. What is purportedly happening to your age-group financially and health-wise are not predetermined factors that sons and daughters of God must bow to.
“The lines have fallen for me in pleasant places; yes, I have a good heritage.” (Ps.16:6, Amp)
“I have been young and now am old, yet have I not seen the [uncompromisingly] righteous forsaken or their seed begging bread.” (Ps.37:25, Amp)
Marty & Kathy’s articles * SEEC Magazine * April/May 2014
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