Have you had your Joy Juice today? Try a serving of joy in the Lord and be comforted.
"In the multitude of my thoughts within me thy comforts delight my soul." Psalm 94:19
Many times we find ourselves with a “multitude of thoughts”. We worry about what may be…or what may never be. We fret about our children; we stress over situations at work; we replay in our mind how people have wronged us. Our multitude of thoughts can bring a heap of anxiety and grief. What should we do to avoid those times of out-of-control, panic-inducing thoughts? Let’s look at the verse in Psalm 94:19 again:
"In the multitude of my thoughts within me thy comforts delight my soul."
Whose comforts? GOD’s comforts. Do you believe the Word of God? Then you can believe that His comfort is always available!
The word “comfort” is defined by Webster like this: “to give strength and hope” or “to ease the grief or trouble of”. We can choose to depend on people to give us comfort…but often we will be disappointed, because people will not always be there for us. OR we can choose to allow God’s “comforts to delight our soul” as the scripture says. That’s a sure thing; a constant; a truth that we can always depend upon, because God never leaves us.
Give your multitude of anxious thoughts to God and experience the joy of His comfort.