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Rabbi Schneider - Can't Get Any Satisfaction?


Rabbi Schneider - Can't Get Any Satisfaction?
TOPICS: Rabbi Schneider: Devotions, Seeds of Revelation, Satisfaction

Shalom ahuvim. Shalom, beloved ones. I want to begin today by singing a little chorus for you today. I'm going to be focusing on Psalm 118:14. And this little song, this little chorus incorporates that 14th verse. Some of you may have heard it before. It goes like this. Behold God is my salvation, I will trust and will not be afraid. For the Lord, my God is my strength and my song. He also has become my salvation. Lai, lai, lai, lai, lai, lai, lai, lai, lai, lai, lai, lai, lai. For the Lord my God is my strength and my song. He also has become my salvation.

So once again, I'm tying into Psalm 118:14. And Psalm 118:14 says this, "The Lord is my strength and song and He has become my salvation". How many of us today can really say that the Lord is our portion? You know, when I look at people in life trying to satisfy themselves by the things of the world, I feel so lost. Because I know that if I was in an environment where all I had to do every day was wake up and try to satisfy myself with what the world had to offer, I would be so depressed, I would be so lost. Seriously, I would be so empty. I'd be like a wasteland. No, the Lord our God is our strength and our song, and He also has become our salvation. I thank God for all the good things that he blesses us with.

Jesus said, "Seek ye first the kingdom of God and everything else will be added unto you". But at the end of the day, if everything else would be stripped away, we'd still be good because we'd still have Jesus who is our strength and our song and our salvation. And the New Testament uses that word, "our salvation". It's translated as "sozos" which means completeness: spirit, soul, mind, and body. We thank You, Father, today for becoming our strength, our song, and our salvation, and we love you, Jesus.
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