We have innumerable reasons to be thankful to God. A few of those reasons are described in Psalm 136, which reminds us to give thanks to God whose steadfast love endures forever. The Psalmist writes in a few lines about God’s defeat of Israel’s enemies, who were justly punished because of their wickedness. God is always justice and always renders as is fitting for the sins that are committed. Only those covered in the blood of Christ can have their sins washed away and be pure and righteous in the eyes of God.
The Lord’s church is the church for which Christ died. He shed his blood to purchase the church. Unfortunately, when man gets involved, he sometimes departs from the way that God has laid out for his church. It behooves the child of God, therefore, to ensure that he is in the church that Christ purchased with his blood.
When we are hungry, we like to be filled. We like to be satisfied from our hunger. What about spiritual satisfaction? What does that take? What kind of things should we look to to bring about true satisfaction? Jesus said satisfaction comes from hungering and thirsting after righteousness. Join me in studying God’s Word to find out what this means.
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