The final verse in Psalm 138 begins with these ten words: "The LORD will work out his plans for my life." But before we arrive at those ten words, we are given a seven-verse glimpse into the psalmist's intimate and worshipful relationship with his Creator. Consider this: Believers who are deeply and intimately connected to God can be confident that he has great plans in mind for them—plans ...
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Heavenly Father, help me to wake up each day with the realization that you have a plan and a purpose for my life. May I use my gifts, talents, interests, and passions to build your kingdom and to bring you glory.
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