Re:Verse reading—Psalm 23 (day five) 

“Surely goodness and mercy will follow me all the days of my life”.   David doesn’t jump to any wild conclusions about God’s care, character, or interaction with His children. Instead, after reflection and careful observation, David becomes convinced of God’s nearness and willingness to constantly supply goodness and mercy. David has considered his own experiences and has held them up against God’s promises. They have matched up perfectly. So, David concludes with certainty and decisiveness (SURELY) that God is eagerly pursuing us to demonstrate His pleasure in doing good and showing mercy. 

What conclusions can you make about God and the christian life based on your own experiences and God’s promises? 

Author: Scott Lane

Scott Lane is the Executive Pastor of Ministry at FBCSA.

One thought on “Conclusion”

  1. Jesus was and is the good shepherd. He is good, provides, protects, guides, nurtures, and will lay down His life for His followers if needed. We can trust Him.

    The Christian life is the life that reflects Jesus’ way of leading others. Can we lead the Jesus’ way? I am sure we can try to be like him.

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