Lent 2020: Week 2 Recover

Saturday, March 7th, 2020

Dear Friends, I am so sorry this post is a day late. I was not feeling well yesterday and slept most of the day away. I trust you are all doing well and are in full “RECOVER” mode. We are finishing up the week and our topic of recover.

The scripture reading for today is Psalm 63:5-7.

Psalm 63:5-7, “My soul is satisfied as with a rich feast, and my mouth praises you with joyful lips when I think of you on my bed, and meditate on you in the watches of the night; for you have been my help, and in the shadow of your wings I sing for joy.”

David wrote this Psalm while in the wilderness of Judah, it is a song of comfort and assurance. Whatever David was facing he was placing himself in God’s care. Sometimes a song may not be the best choice when facing trials or despair, we all react to situations differently. Some people react with laughter, not a joyful noise but rather a “nervous, I don’t know what to do laugh.” They are quick to apologize but it is a coping mechanism that takes over. Others might be totally calm in the face of danger, they methodically map out steps that need to be taken and when. No judgment here, my only advice would be to recognize your emotions and practice some scenarios so you will be better prepared in the future. Songs, writing and singing them was what worked for David.

How about you? Are there things you do or a song that comforts you?

Here’s my “go to” song.

If you are interested in the author of the song here’s a link to find out more:

https://www.staugustine.com/article/20150305/LIFESTYLE/303059925

Practice for today and any day: Sing over you pain with a song or a hymn that brings you comfort.

ειρήνη – “Peace” in Greek, reference listed below. 

~Peace~ειρήνη~Charlotte 🌻

References:

https://www.biblegateway.com/

https://www.staugustine.com/article/20150305/LIFESTYLE/303059925

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