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Saturday, March 5, 2016

"Say unto my soul, I am thy salvation."


"Say unto my soul, I am thy salvation."
Psalm 35:3

What does this sweet prayer teach me? 
It shall be my evening's petition; 
but first let it yield me an instructive meditation. 

The text informs me first of all that David had his doubts; 
for why should he pray, "Say unto my soul, I am thy salvation," 
if he were not sometimes exercised with doubts and fears? 
Let me, then, be of good cheer, 
for I am not the only saint who has to complain of weakness of faith. 

If David doubted, I need not conclude that I am no Christian because I have doubts. 
The text reminds me that David was not content while he had doubts and fears, 
but he repaired at once to the mercy-seat to pray for assurance; 
for he valued it as much fine gold. 

I too must labour after an abiding sense of my acceptance in the Beloved, 
and must have no joy when his love is not shed abroad in my soul. 

When my Bridegroom is gone from me, my soul must and will fast. 
I learn also that David knew where to obtain full assurance.

 He went to his God in prayer, crying, 
"Say unto my soul I am thy salvation." 
I must be much alone with God if I would have a clear sense of Jesus' love. 

Let my prayers cease, and my eye of faith will grow dim. 
Much in prayer, much in heaven; slow in prayer, slow in progress. 
I notice that David would not be satisfied unless his assurance had a divine source. 

"Say unto my soul." 
Lord, do thou say it! 
Nothing short of a divine testimony in the soul will ever content the true Christian. 
Moreover, David could not rest unless his assurance had a vivid personality about it. 

"Say unto my soul, I am thy salvation." 
Lord, if thou shouldst say this to all the saints, 
it were nothing, unless thou shouldst say it to me.

 Lord, I have sinned; I deserve not thy smile; 
I scarcely dare to ask it; but oh! say to my soul, even to my soul,
 "I am thy salvation."

 Let me have a present, personal, infallible, indisputable sense that I am thine, and that thou art mine.

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"PRAYER" 
Marvelous God Almighty, 
 I come to you in the precious name of Jesus, 
who died for me to make me free of sin, 
 I want Jesus to enter into my heart and make me free.
 I confess that He is the son of God.
 I ask to change my heart and to give me wisdom to understand
 your Holy Word full of promises of eternal value,
 not only to live on this earth, 
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 In the precious name of Jesus I ask. 
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the true value of a sermon must lie, 
 not in its fashion and manner, 
but in the truth which it contains.” 

.... Reflection and inspiration from the 
"Prince of Preachers,"

~Charles Haddon Spurgeon~ 

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