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God’s mercy will clothe you and cover your mess in the name of Jesus.
One of the names of God in Hebrew is Jehovah Raah: THE LORD MY SHEPHERD
We find God as Jehovah Raah in Psalm 23.
The word raah is derived from the word roeh meaning “shepherd” in Hebrew.
When translated, it carries the idea of a shepherd’s tender and life-giving care for his flock.
The condition of the sheep is in direct correlation to the care of the shepherd.
The very life of the sheep depends on the shepherd because sheep are animals that do not do well if left on their own.
Here we see God as our life-giver and our caregiver. Jehovah Raah also means an intimate companion or friend.
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Psalm 23 begins with “The LORD is my shepherd I shall not want.”
And the rest of the psalm tells us why. We are the sheep and the LORD is our shepherd. And our benefits are many if we know and follow Jesus, The Great Shepherd of the sheep
Your very life depends on God. Of your own, you can do nothing.
“Trust God from the bottom of your heart;
don’t try to figure out everything on your own.
Listen for God’s voice in everything you do, everywhere you go;
he’s the one who will keep you on track.
Don’t assume that you know it all.
Run to God! Run from evil!
Your body will glow with health,
your very bones will vibrate with life!
Honor God with everything you own;
give him the first and the best.
Your barns will burst,
your wine vats will brim over” – Proverbs 3: 5-10
How do I learn to trust God?
You can’t trust someone you are not close to. You can’t be close to someone you don’t communicate with often. Two ways to communicate intimately with God are prayers and studying God’s word.
Break away from the busy-ness of this world and focus on God.
Until God takes more of your time than any other activity, you may still be far from God.
Your strength is renewed to trust God in the name of Jesus.