Praise God for His Works

Posted: May 2, 2012 in Psalms

Psalms 104-105, “Praise God for His Works”

Why do you praise God?  It usually doesn’t take a Christian very long to start thinking up reasons to praise the Lord.  All we have to do is consider our salvation, and we’ve got plenty of reasons to praise God.  Sometimes we praise God for who He is – other times we praise God for what He has done.  Either is appropriate & both are done in the psalms.  The authors of psalms 104-105 engage in both, but primarily concentrate on the works of God.  In Psalm 104, we see the works of God among creation & we praise Him.  In Psalm 105, it’s the works of God among Israel, demonstrating His faithful promises – and again, we can praise Him.

Our God is a working God.  God rested on the 7th day of creation, but He never sleeps nor slumbers.  Creation may be complete, but our God is truly active among the world & among His people.  How important it is for us to remember this!  It would be easy to read the accounts in the Bible & say, “That’s how God worked in the past, but it’s all over now.  All we have today is the history, and nothing else.”  Not true!  What we have in the pages of the Bible is indeed history, but it’s an accurate description of who our God IS, not merely what our God WAS.  If all our hope was in a God who had stopped working, then all of us would be lost!  After all, who would draw us to Christ?  Who would hear our prayers?  Who would intercede for us before God?  If God’s works were all in the past, then for 2000 years we have been hopeless because our only hope would have ascended to God, never to be heard from again.

Thankfully, that’s not the way it is.  Our God is alive & our God is a God who works.  He IS, and He is still active in the lives of His people.  That’s why it’s so important to look at what God has done in the past.  How our God has shown His past power & past provision & past faithfulness has a direct tie unto the present power, provision, and faithfulness of God.  We praise God for His works in the past because it gives us confident faith for His future actions.

Psalm 104 (NKJV) – God the Creator and Provider

  • The glory of God (vss. 1-4)

1 Bless the LORD, O my soul! O LORD my God, You are very great: You are clothed with honor and majesty, 2 Who cover Yourself with light as with a garment, Who stretch out the heavens like a curtain.

  • Begins the same way as Ps 103 with the call to “Bless the LORD.”  Ascribe praise to God, the only God – the covenant-keeping eternal God.
  • Not just THE God, but MY God.  The psalmist (whoever he is) has personal faith, which is the only way true faith comes.  We cannot rely upon someone else’s relationship with Christ Jesus.  We need to personally know Him as Lord, Savior, and God, or else we do not know Him at all.
  • MY God (OUR) God is “very great!”  The superlative is in the original language & is appropriate.  God is truly great, but He is greater than everything else.  He is “very great.”  In size (infinite omnipresence) – in character (truly good & righteous) – in mercies (everlasting love) – in holiness, etc.  There is no quality (aside from evil) from which anything can be greater than God.  He is very great & above all!
    • Just the understanding of the greatness of God can send us to our knees in thankful praise.  Spend some time mediating upon His greatness.  This is not merely ‘god’ – this is Almighty GOD who loves you & has saved you.  Our God is the Great God – the Very Great God!
  • God is clothed with: honor, majesty, glory (light).  God is described as the all-glorious King in all of His perfection.  There is none like this God, our God.  He is regal, good, and radiates glory unto all of His creation.  (To think that this is the righteousness in which WE are clothed is an amazing thing!)
  • Describing God as bigger/beyond His creation.  God is the one who stretches out the heavens.  All of near-infinite space pales in size & scope to the Almighty Everlasting God.  Just as we open up our curtains in the morning & close them at night, God can open/close & stretch out the heavens.  More along these lines in vss. 3-4…

3 He lays the beams of His upper chambers in the waters, Who makes the clouds His chariot, Who walks on the wings of the wind, 4 Who makes His angels spirits, His ministers a flame of fire.

  • God’s presence is greater than His creation.  Be it the heavens, the waters, the clouds, or the wind – all of the physical creation serves the Living God.
  • More than the physical geography, the spiritual creatures serve God as well.  All of the angels serve the great and glorious God.  Speaks of the power of God & His right to rule.  After all, angels are truly glorious creatures.  It’s rare to find a human/angel encounter in the Bible where the human isn’t dreadfully afraid, or attempting to worship the angel.  These are powerful beings!  Yet unto God, they are simply His messengers & servants.  Imagine having the US Navy Seals as your errand-boys…unthinkable!  They are far too powerful.  For them to serve in such a position would speak volumes about the power and authority of the one they served.  How much more the angels?  They serve GOD.  This is a powerful God!
    • This verse is attributed to Jesus by the author of Hebrews (Heb 1:7).  This is a powerful statement to Jesus’ deity.  In His incarnation, He who was made a little lower than the angels is actually the One whom the angels are bound to serve.
  • God’s acts in creation (vss. 5-9)

5 You who laid the foundations of the earth, So that it should not be moved forever, 6 You covered it with the deep as with a garment; The waters stood above the mountains.

  • God is creator of the land.  God is creator of the oceans.  The original recounting is found in the opening chapter of Genesis.  Genesis 1:9–10, "(9) Then God said, “Let the waters under the heavens be gathered together into one place, and let the dry land appear”; and it was so. (10) And God called the dry land Earth, and the gathering together of the waters He called Seas. And God saw that it was good." []  This is the power of our God.  Our eyes strain simply to look past the horizon, and yet our God formed the entire earth, designating the difference between the land and the sea.  The waters had covered the entire earth, and yet God chose to make land appear.  The psalmist describes it in vs. 7…

7 At Your rebuke they fled; At the voice of Your thunder they hastened away. 8 They went up over the mountains; They went down into the valleys, To the place which You founded for them. 9 You have set a boundary that they may not pass over, That they may not return to cover the earth.

  • There is power in the voice of God in creation.  When God commanded the dry land to appear, it appeared!  All God needed to do was speak, and things happened.  If we’re doing yardwork, we can speak until we’re blue in the face, but eventually we need to go outside and start a lawnmower or pick up a rake.  God’s power is in His voice – vividly demonstrated at Creation.
  • There is power in the will of God through the flood.  Although most of the text here deals with the 7 days of creation, there seems to be a bit of an allusion to Noah’s food in vs. 9.  After all, when God originally separated the water from the land, He did not yet set up a boundary to forbid the waters to cover the earth again.  That didn’t take place until Genesis 9.  Yet because God so willed it to be, it has been so.  Although every ancient culture has some legend speaking of a past global flood, no flood has occurred in the time following.  God willed it to be, and what He said has proven true.
  • There is power in the word of God, period!  God spoke the world into existence – Jesus spoke & Lazarus came forth from the grave – the word of God has power!  Not “power” that can be wielded & manipulated like a tool serving the purpose of man, but it has the power of God to accomplish whatever it is the Lord has intended for it.  Thus it’s sharp & powerful & sharper than any two-edged sword, and God uses it in amazing ways to pierce us to our hearts to show us our need for Jesus Christ.  He uses it to bring comfort to His people.  He uses it to give us hope for the future.  We can trust the word of God – there is power there & it will not return void!
  • God over the rivers (vss. 10-13)

10 He sends the springs into the valleys; They flow among the hills. 11 They give drink to every beast of the field; The wild donkeys quench their thirst. 12 By them the birds of the heavens have their home; They sing among the branches. 13 He waters the hills from His upper chambers; The earth is satisfied with the fruit of Your works.

  • God provides for thirst by sending forth the waters (springs and rivers).  It’s truly amazing to see the ecology of God at work.  Wild animals know exactly where to go to find fresh water, no matter where they may be located in the world.  If we were dropped off in the middle of a desert, we’d soon die for lack of knowledge of water…but we’d be passed by animals who know exactly where the water is.  Why?  God gave them instincts & cares for them.
  • God does this on a spiritual level because He still does this through Jesus.  Jesus gives living water, and we are truly satisfied – we never thirst again!
  • God over the earth (vss. 14-18)

14 He causes the grass to grow for the cattle, And vegetation for the service of man, That he may bring forth food from the earth, 15 And wine that makes glad the heart of man, Oil to make his face shine, And bread which strengthens man’s heart.

  • God provides for hunger through vegetation.  Part of the curse for us is that we need to labor to eat of the fruit of the ground; animals simply eat what is already there.  Even so, we can still receive of fruit & vegetables & grain.  Modern America has moved away from an agrarian culture, but the stuff in the grocery stores comes from somewhere. J  God has given us these things for our service & our health.
  • The blessings of the earth are blessings from God.  We can enjoy the fruit of the earth knowing that it is God Himself who provided it.  Can it be abused?  Certainly.  But it’s intended use is for blessing.  Be blessed & praise God!

16 The trees of the LORD are full of sap, The cedars of Lebanon which He planted, 17 Where the birds make their nests; The stork has her home in the fir trees. 18 The high hills are for the wild goats; The cliffs are a refuge for the rock badgers.

  • God cares for trees, even planting the majestic groves & forests of the world.  God cares for animals, from the birds to the badgers.  Jesus told us that even the littlest sparrows are seen by God & cared for by Him.  He created those animals & loves them as His own.
  • We don’t have to buy into a political environmentalist agenda to agree that God cares about the environment He has given us.  This is God’s creation.  Fallen, yes – destined to be remade, to be sure.  But it still belongs to God & has been given to man in stewardship.  We can use this world as a tool to enjoy the blessings that God has given us, and we can care for it in a way that gives Him glory.
  • God over the heavens (vss. 19-23)

19 He appointed the moon for seasons; The sun knows its going down. 20 You make darkness, and it is night, In which all the beasts of the forest creep about. 21 The young lions roar after their prey, And seek their food from God. 22 When the sun rises, they gather together And lie down in their dens. 23 Man goes out to his work And to his labor until the evening.

  • God arranged the daily cycles and the rotation of the earth.  Isn’t it amazing to stop and consider the fact that the earth turns on its axis the way it does?  After all, although every planet rotates, not every planet rotates at the same rate.  Jupiter rotates every 10 hours, and Saturn’s rotation is longer than its solar year.  Yet Earth completes a rotation every 24 hours, of which our cycles of rest are wonderfully aligned.  It’s dark long enough for daytime creatures to rest & likewise for those that are nocturnal.  Did all of this happen by random coincidence and chance?  No – it was appointed by God.  This is His work & His wisdom displayed for all the world to see.
  • God arranged the seasons.  Even the seasons are arranged by God.  Summer, autumn, winter, and spring all have their purposes.  (Even if it’s rather tough for Texans to determine in August!) J
  • God over the sea (vss. 24-26)

24 O LORD, how manifold are Your works! In wisdom You have made them all. The earth is full of Your possessions—

  • Before he gets to the sea, the psalmist is overwhelmed with praise!  God is so involved as creator & sustainer of the universe.  He has done & continues to do so much every day simply that creation would be still here!

25 This great and wide sea, In which are innumerable teeming things, Living things both small and great. 26 There the ships sail about; There is that Leviathan Which You have made to play there.

  • The sea is huge!  Because we spend all of our time on land, we tend to forget that ¾ of our globe is actually covered in water.  To look out over the side of a ship & see nothing but miles & miles of water in every direction is perhaps unusual to us as land-creatures, but in reality, it’s the norm for planet earth.  Totally unique in the solar system!
  • Myriad of creatures in the sea.  From single-celled creatures to Leviathan!  What is Leviathan?  We’re not really told, but it repeatedly appears in the Scripture as an extremely large sea creature – perhaps along the lines of the ancient sea dinosaurs.  Yet the small and the great are dependent upon one another.  Even the massive blue whale is fed almost entirely on a diet of tiny krill.  Again – this is the wonderful design of our mighty God!
  • God’s complete provision (vss. 27-30)

27 These all wait for You, That You may give them their food in due season. 28 What You give them they gather in; You open Your hand, they are filled with good. 29 You hide Your face, they are troubled; You take away their breath, they die and return to their dust. 30 You send forth Your Spirit, they are created; And You renew the face of the earth.

  • Everything is provided for by the hand of God. 
  • Everything is completely dependent upon God.  He not only created life, He sustains it.  Colossians 1:16–17, "(16) For by Him all things were created that are in heaven and that are on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or dominions or principalities or powers. All things were created through Him and for Him. (17) And He is before all things, and in Him all things consist." []
  • Doxology (vss. 31-35)

31 May the glory of the LORD endure forever; May the LORD rejoice in His works. 32 He looks on the earth, and it trembles; He touches the hills, and they smoke.

  • Creation responds to the glory of God – how could it not?
  • Note that even GOD can rejoice in His works!  We obviously rejoice in the Lord in His works, but we don’t often think of Him doing the same thing.  God takes pleasure in His creation – amazing!  (Which tells us that God takes pleasure in our salvation, as well!)

33 I will sing to the LORD as long as I live; I will sing praise to my God while I have my being. 34 May my meditation be sweet to Him; I will be glad in the LORD.

  • Creation responds to God by default; we can choose to praise our Maker.  God simply looks at the planet & it trembles, but when it comes to mankind, we can choose whether to tremble in reverence, or with rage-filled rebellion.  Humans are rather unique in our ability to rebel – but because of Christ Jesus it doesn’t have to be that way.  Because of Christ, we can choose to praise God.  Because we have been bathed in the grace of Jesus, we can choose to sing songs of praise to God.  Our choice to do so isn’t based in our circumstances; it’s based in our Savior.  We don’t have to wait until things are going well to praise God; we can sing to God in the hard times.  And truth be told, that is sometimes the sweetest time of praise.
  • Are our meditations sweet to God?  They are when we humbly come through Christ Jesus.  When we are filled with the Spirit, submitting ourselves unto the hand of God, filling our minds with the truths of Scripture, our meditations can be very sweet unto Him.
    • What’s your mind like lately?  What you meditate upon says a lot about your current walk with the Lord Jesus.

35 May sinners be consumed from the earth, And the wicked be no more. Bless the LORD, O my soul! Praise the LORD!

  • Closes on one quick thought of the justice of God.  Is this a non-sequitur?  The psalmist just spent 34 verses talking about the glory of God & His works among the creation.  What on earth does this have to do with the justice of God?  Everything!  God is perfect.  It’s because the heavens declare the glory of God that we can know what kind of God exists.  God reveals His character through His creation, which makes our need for forgiveness from sin plainly known.  Romans 1:18–20, "(18) For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, (19) because what may be known of God is manifest in them, for God has shown it to them. (20) For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse," []
    • Also looks forward to the end-times, when Creation will be re-created & all wickedness will be judged.
  • Ends the way it began – by ascribing praise and blessing to God.

 

Psalm 105 (NKJV) – God the God of Israel

  • Call to worship (vss. 1-6)

1 Oh, give thanks to the LORD! Call upon His name; Make known His deeds among the peoples! 2 Sing to Him, sing psalms to Him; Talk of all His wondrous works! 3 Glory in His holy name; Let the hearts of those rejoice who seek the LORD!

  • Upward thanks – this is done unto God, calling upon His name in prayer & in worship.  Worship turns our attention away from ourselves & onto the Lord.  Look to God & give Him thanks in sincerity…not merely mouthing the words, but truly speaking to your God and King who deserves your thanks.
  • Outward sharing – praise includes those times when we make His deeds known to those around us.  When you share your faith, you’re praising God.  When you recount your testimony, you’re praising the Lord.
  • Sing – Speak – Rejoice.  Praise and worship involves our mind, our emotions, and our body.  There’s physical AND emotional acts described here.  There are many things we can do with insincerity, but letting our hearts rejoice is not one of those things!  Turn to God in true praise, joy, and thanks for the things He has done.

4 Seek the LORD and His strength; Seek His face evermore! 5 Remember His marvelous works which He has done, His wonders, and the judgments of His mouth, 6 O seed of Abraham His servant, You children of Jacob, His chosen ones!

  • Don’t seek God one time, and then stop.  Continue seeking the Lord…as a Christian, this is our primary activity.  We have been made His people (by His grace), so we continue to seek the Lord at all times.
  • Continue to remember His marvelous works.  Be it His miracles or His judgments or His grace or whatever – think upon the ways in which God has interacted with mankind as a whole (and with yourself individually), and be in awe & amazement.
  • Why?  Remembering God’s past works helps you continue seeking God for His future acts.
  • God’s works with the Patriarchs (vss. 7-25)

7 He is the LORD our God; His judgments are in all the earth. 8 He remembers His covenant forever, The word which He commanded, for a thousand generations, 9 The covenant which He made with Abraham, And His oath to Isaac, 10 And confirmed it to Jacob for a statute, To Israel as an everlasting covenant, 11 Saying, “To you I will give the land of Canaan As the allotment of your inheritance,” 12 When they were few in number, Indeed very few, and strangers in it.

  • For those from the seed of Abraham, they could rightly claim the Lord was THEIR God.  The other peoples of the world served the false gods they thought were localized in their cities; but the one true God was the God of Israel.  THE God is the Lord OUR God, is the thought. 
    • Same with us!  We are also of the seed of Abraham! (Gal 3:29)  We are recipients of the same promises because we have been grafted into the vine of Israel by the grace of Jesus Christ.
  • Our God keeps faithful covenant. (Deut 7:9)  He always keeps His promises – that is simply part of who He is.  Let God be true & every man a liar, but God is always going to keep His covenant promises.  (This is the main theme of the psalm…)
  • How long is God faithful to His covenant promises?  Forever.  Israel’s covenant was passed from generation to generation.  From Abraham, to Isaac, to Jacob, to all of the 12 tribes.
  • What was the covenant?  Many things – one of the most central was the promise of the land.  God promised the land to His people long before they could even occupy it.

13 When they went from one nation to another, From one kingdom to another people, 14 He permitted no one to do them wrong; Yes, He rebuked kings for their sakes, 15 Saying, “Do not touch My anointed ones, And do My prophets no harm.”

  • God perpetuated His people.  The nation of Israel had many opportunities to die out or be diluted out through the centuries, yet they persist.  One of the most visible evidences of the hand of God is the simple existence of the Jewish people today.  This is clear evidence of the faithfulness of God!
  • God protected His people.  Not only did His people persist, they actually experienced all sorts of victory because of the grace and protection of God.  Over & over again, Israel went up against nations larger and more powerful than them, and they were divinely protected until the moment God removed His hand from them.  God turned back king after king who attempted to conquer Jerusalem until it was the appointed time.
  • God still does this for Christians through Christ.  We are perpetuated & protected by the hand of God.  The assurance of our salvation is found not because of our works, but because of God’s grace – the protection we experience from the attacks of the enemy is due to the protection of the Lord Jesus Christ.  Amazing relationship!

16 Moreover He called for a famine in the land; He destroyed all the provision of bread. 17 He sent a man before them— Joseph—who was sold as a slave. 18 They hurt his feet with fetters, He was laid in irons. 19 Until the time that his word came to pass, The word of the LORD tested him.

  • What seemed to be awful was actually the provision of God.  No one wishes for a famine, but a famine was the tool that God used to send His people to Egypt.
  • Likewise for suffering.  Joseph suffered greatly due to the sins of his brothers.  Yet his brothers’ sin was allowed by God, and even part of God’s perfect plan to bring about good & great blessing for the people. Genesis 50:20–21, "(20) But as for you, you meant evil against me; but God meant it for good, in order to bring it about as it is this day, to save many people alive. (21) Now therefore, do not be afraid; I will provide for you and your little ones.” And he comforted them and spoke kindly to them." [] (Rom 8:28)
  • This is the sovereignty of God at work.  We are not told when this psalm was written.  Perhaps it was during a time of great blessing in Israel, but perhaps it was written during a time of trial (such as the Babylonian captivity).  During times of trial we need to be reminded how God often uses trials for His glory.  Our God does not step off His throne during our difficulties – He has a plan for how He will use those things for His glory.  Though it may be difficult to see at the time, we have to place our trust in the active work and ongoing love of God, that He will glorify Himself in whatever He allows us to endure.

20 The king sent and released him, The ruler of the people let him go free. 21 He made him lord of his house, And ruler of all his possessions, 22 To bind his princes at his pleasure, And teach his elders wisdom.

  • Joseph had previously been humiliated.  He was a prince among his brothers, but sold unto slavery & death.  He was betrayed even in his slavery & sent to prison.  He could not have gone any lower in Egypt, but then God raised him up to the highest of exalted positions: to be 2nd only to Pharaoh himself!
  • Joseph’s experience prefigures Jesus’ own experience.  This is exactly what happened to Him, as He went from glory to humiliation to death, back to exaltation to the highest of places!

23 Israel also came into Egypt, And Jacob dwelt in the land of Ham. 24 He increased His people greatly, And made them stronger than their enemies. 25 He turned their heart to hate His people, To deal craftily with His servants.

  • Going to Egypt was good at first – it allowed the people to be protected & to grow.  It forced the people into a situation in which their national identity would not be diluted out, and their numbers could increase from a family into a nation.  Yet they couldn’t stay in Egypt forever – there was a promise of God to be kept.  They were promised a land, and the land wasn’t in Egypt.
  • What did God do?  God turned the hearts of the Egyptians.  God allowed their hatred and slavery to be the things that would cause Israel to once again seek the face and the promises of God.
  • God’s works during the Exodus (vss. 26-41)

26 He sent Moses His servant, And Aaron whom He had chosen. 27 They performed His signs among them, And wonders in the land of Ham.

  • God chose Moses – God chose Aaron.  To read the story in Exodus, one would think that Aaron was a choice forced upon God by Moses, but the psalmist makes it clear that Aaron was God’s choice.  To be sure, Moses started with a lack of faith in God’s provision, but the choice for Aaron was entirely that of the Lord.
  • Moses & Aaron performed signs, wonders, and miracles.  They were the instruments used by God, but God was the one who actually gave the miracles and the plagues.  These were the works of God in demonstration of His clear power and authority over the kings of the earth.

28 He sent darkness, and made it dark; And they did not rebel against His word. 29 He turned their waters into blood, And killed their fish. 30 Their land abounded with frogs, Even in the chambers of their kings. 31 He spoke, and there came swarms of flies, And lice in all their territory. 32 He gave them hail for rain, And flaming fire in their land. 33 He struck their vines also, and their fig trees, And splintered the trees of their territory. 34 He spoke, and locusts came, Young locusts without number, 35 And ate up all the vegetation in their land, And devoured the fruit of their ground.

  • Description of the various plagues.  God decimated Egypt.  What was the most powerful nation and empire on the planet was absolutely no match for Almighty God.

36 He also destroyed all the firstborn in their land, The first of all their strength.

  • Everything culminated in the Passover.

37 He also brought them out with silver and gold, And there was none feeble among His tribes. 38 Egypt was glad when they departed, For the fear of them had fallen upon them.

  • Through the Passover, the Egyptians could not wait to get rid of the Hebrews.  They gave them silver, gold & anything they required just so that they would leave as soon as possible.  In doing so, God plundered the Egyptians, and gave the Hebrews 400 years of back-pay.

39 He spread a cloud for a covering, And fire to give light in the night. 40 The people asked, and He brought quail, And satisfied them with the bread of heaven. 41 He opened the rock, and water gushed out; It ran in the dry places like a river.

  • God guided the people.  Through cloud, through fire, God guided them by His very presence among them.  (It’s vastly more real for us as we have the indwelling and empowerment of the Holy Spirit available to every believer in Christ Jesus!  We’ve been given the full written revelation of God through the Bible, and the ongoing presence of the Teacher in our lives.)
  • God provided for the people, both food & water.  By making the bitter waters sweet – by bringing water from a rock – by providing manna in the wilderness – by brining abundance of quails.  The people complained, but nevertheless God was their provider in the wilderness.  There was never a time He let them down; He saw them all the way through to the doorstep of Canaan.
  • God’s fulfillment of promise with the land (vss. 42-45)

42 For He remembered His holy promise, And Abraham His servant.

  • All of this was according to God’s original promise to Abraham!  God had made a promise over 400 years earlier, and God kept it to the letter.
  • God always keeps His promises, to the smallest detail.

43 He brought out His people with joy, His chosen ones with gladness. 44 He gave them the lands of the Gentiles, And they inherited the labor of the nations, 45 That they might observe His statutes And keep His laws. …

  • This was the fulfillment of the promise (at least the part of the covenant concerning the land).  God did exactly what He said He would do.

…Praise the LORD!

  • Amen!

Conclusion:
This is our glorious God!  He showed forth His power in His creative acts – He showed forth His faithfulness in His covenant promises.  What God has said He will do, He is fully capable of achieving, and it is assured that He will do it.  Our God is the faithful God!

This is our living and active God.  This is the God whom we can praise for His past works, and trust for His future works.  What do you need to trust God for today?  What provision is beyond the scope of the One who feeds every animal on the planet?  What promise is so long in fulfillment that we cannot wait upon God who fulfilled His 400 year old promise to Abraham? (And millennia-old promise to send Christ!?)  God DID it.  God still does it today.

Perhaps there’s something you need to lay at the feet of your God in confident faith.  Perhaps there’s something you need to continue to trust Him for.  Be assured that your God has never stopped working – He has His perfect plan in mind and in action.  Trust Him confidently and continually.

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