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“I call on you, my God, for you will answer me; turn your ear to me and hear my prayer.” Psalm 17:6


Can we even begin to imagine the God of the universe hearing our prayers? Can we start to think of what we would ask if we knew God was listening? Having a conversation with God begins in relationship to Him. Knowing who we are when we ask will give us the confidence to have conversations. David knew God was listening and that He would answer him and his relationship with God was something more than just to be admired. God loves us and hears us in the same way He heard David.


We begin in conversation with God as his child admiring the Father. We no longer hide our requests but we can present them with assurance the Father hears. However, how and when the Father answers is not up to us because we do the calling and God does the follow through.


Our workplace can become a place to lift the heavy burdens and allow the Father to handle them. Far too often we try on our own to discern the best without consulting His advice. He has so much to give us but are we asking? David was known for a man after God’s own heart because it did not matter where God found him, David was still seeking.


Today in the Workplace:

Are you still seeking?


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You who fear the LORD, praise him! All you descendants of Jacob, honor him! Revere him, all you descendants of Israel! Psalm 22:23

There are many things in this world we can admire. There are many famous people we may stargaze over because of all the abilities they have been given. We may soon be finding ourselves praising them and honoring them to the place they get all of our attention. We see them behind the TV screen which grasps a lot of our daily attention. We would instead praise the celebrity or athlete behind the screen than the One who is truly worthy.

This isn’t to make us feel guilty, but it is written to change us. David called out and said for those who fear the Lord, Praise Him. If we admire God, then praise should be a daily heartfelt response. Maybe our hearts have been overtaken by false idols, and there isn’t enough room for fearing God. Could it be, we have allowed to much space to worship idols instead of the One True God?

David called out to the descendants with an an exclamation point behind his statements. He knew there would be other idols trying to compete with the fear of the Lord. We too are descendants of Jacob and like our ancestors, it’s time to honor, revere and praise His name. It could be time to get rid of what’s taking the place of our daily praise! Making praise a regular exercise will conquer the invasion of the idol.

Today in the Workplace
Is praise a daily part of your life? Who are you praising?
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