Ronald Dart: Praise God


In his latest commentary, CEM’s Ronald Dart posted the following:

December 29, 2008

My soul is in anguish. How long, O LORD, how long? Turn, O LORD, and deliver me; save me because of your unfailing love. No one remembers you when he is dead. Who praises you from the grave? (Psalms 6:3-5 NIV).

There are three very big ideas in this short passage. One is God’s unfailing love. I don’t have the words to develop that theme, but it calls to mind another Psalm in which it is revealed that God thinks about us, all the time. The second big idea is that no one thinks about God from the grave. It is an appeal that God would preserve my life. The third isn’t stated, but it is implicit: while we live, we should praise our God every day.

And he is correct.  God has unfailing love (see Universal Offer of Salvation: There Are Hundreds of Verses in the Bible Supporting the Doctrine of True Apocatastasis).

And we should praise God every day.

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