Psalm 63: Feasting with the Father

Posted by on Apr 3, 2017 in Blog | 0 comments

To be human is to be spiritually hungry. Actually, to say we’re starving isn’t an exaggeration.

Spiritual starvation isn’t due to a lack of consumption; but to feeding upon the fruitless fodder of a dry and weary cultural landscape.

So, all of us eat, but not all from the same table.

Where do you dine? The world offers an endless buffet of junk food that may hold off a hunger pang, but never nourish one’s soul.

God alone – His beauty, grace, power, wisdom, love and glory – can sustain us. Nothing is so satisfying than feasting with our Father who fills us with the very fruit of His Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23), the abundance of His presence.

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