Pray The Word and Prepare for The Word
Psalm 133:1 : How wonderful and pleasant it is when brothers live together in harmony!
Read - Psalm 133, 138, 139, 140
Harmony and unity are very similar. Psalm 133 teaches us that God desires us to be in both and that when we are we will be refreshed. It is precious and should be desired. It is like the anointing given to the ‘sent out ones’. Do you seek harmony and unity in all your relationships?
Lord, I will seek unity and harmony.
Look at Leviticus 8 to see what the Psalmist is singing about in Psalm 133.
The prayer at the end of Psalm 139 is one to commit to memory and to put into action in your own prayer life. Consider how it is a non-traditional way to come to ‘Know God’. We often think that Knowing God is simply studying His Word…and certainly that is a great way to do so. However, here David cries out that God search Him (the opposite of us searching the scriptures) and then point out to Him anything that offends him. This is a prayer of surrender that will certainly result in knowing God better and knowing His will for your life. Are you bold enough to pray this way?