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Ps. 131 anti-psalm by David Powlison

Ever feel like this:

Self, my heart is proud (I’m absorbed in myself), and my eyes are haughty (I look down on other people), and I chase after things too great and too difficult for me. So of course I’m noisy and restless inside; it comes naturally. like a hungry infant fussing on his mother’s lap like a hungry infant, I’m restless with my demands and worries I scatter my hopes onto anything and everybody all the time.

Rather we should train ourselves by the grace of Christ:

Be still, my soul, the Lord is on thy side; bear patiently the cross of grief or pain leave to thy God to order and provide In every change he faithful will remain Be still, my soul; thy best, they heavenly Friend through thorny ways leads to a joyful end

This is so true especially as regards ministry. We cannot change people but we can obey God. We cannot change our children but we can trust in Him.

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