Today’s visual verse of the day by thecreationspeaks, comes from the book of Psalm 68, written by psalmist David. You know that David that fought Goliath, that David who danced foolishly before the Lord, without any care in the world, for what others thought of him, including his wife, that little shepherd boy who slew Goliath, that David.


Ascribe strength to God; His majesty is over Israel and His strength is in the skies.

Psalm 68:34

Observation

It’s important to consider a few words before we go any further; ascribe and notice the words strength, which is found twice in this verse.

Application

But before we go and dissect this scripture, let us read this scripture in full context. That means 15 verses before, and 15 after, keeping a few questions in mind.

Who is speaking and what is going on in this passage?

What words of verses stand out to you?

How can you apply these words to your life?

Ascribe is to credit or assign, as to a particular origin or period.

Strength is the state or quality of being strong; physical power or capacity

Give your strength to God, Don’t try to figure out stuff on your own, when things become heavy being them before God, David did! He is the creator, he is the potter, we are the clay, waiting to be formed in the hands of our creator. God’s majesty is over Israel, and his power or capacity is the sky.

You know what we say, skys the limit? That’s exactly it! The sky is your limit when it comes to the capacity and power of God. He is able to do exceedingly and abundantly more than you think, or imagine.

David knew this all too well, he wouldn’t take the credit, but simple ascribe his strength to God.

Give credit to whom it’s due! In this case the Creator of heavens and earth.


Thanks for joining my table once again, I hope this word inspires you and encourages you to ascribe your strength to God. What a powerful word! 🙏🏻

Here’s Psalm 68 in the entire context via audio for your delight. Blessings in abundance!

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