Psalms 23

In Biblical times, oil was poured over the head of a sheep to keep out mites that would lay eggs and the sheep would beat it’s head against something hard to attempt to get peace.  Haven’t we felt the same way when peace seems unreachable?  Psalms 23:5 states “You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies; You have anointed my head with oil”.  The oil we receive from asking God and accepting it is inspiration to see the reality of our true being.  There can never be imperfection in perfection and if we are made in the image and likeness of God as the first chapter of Genesis says, we are spiritually perfect.  We need to start from perfection rather than look for perfection.  God is perfect!

As we work to stay in gratitude and humility, our heart can hear God more clearly than when we are buried in pride and fear.  Today I choose gratitude and humility!

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2 thoughts on “Psalms 23

  1. Starting with perfection and humility are thoughts in which I am currently working. Thank you for your guiding thoughts!! 🤗

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