Always Acceptable In His Sight

Psalm 19:14 (New King James Version)

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Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart Be acceptable in Your sight, O Lord, my strength and my Redeemer.

Verse Thoughts

So many of the psalms of David rejoice our heart as he pours fourth a harmony of poetic praise for God’s merciful forgiveness and favour; the wonders of His mighty works and ways; the glories of His creative wisdom and His gracious acts towards the rebellious children of Israel.

So many of the sacred words that have been penned by Israel’s shepherd king are prayers that have been rehearsed on the lips of many saints, over centuries of time, who have found comfort and grace in his pleadings to the Lord.

David was the man after God’s own heart for he realised that it is not only the outside of a cup that needs to be clean and unsullied, but God desires an inner purity, which stems from a heart that is humble before the Lord and from whom will stream rivers of living water. Words of worship that flow from a proud, rebellious or unrepentant heart are like an open sewer to the Lord, but worshipful words that flow from a life that is pure in thought and motive, word and deed ascend to the Father, as a sweet perfume.

A heart that meditates on the Lord and lifts up the person of the Lord Jesus, is the one that exhibits an inner grace and beauty, for such a one is willingly being transformed into the likeness of the Christ, for out of the mouth come thoughts that are conceived in the heart.

David not only understood the need for an inner cleansing and purity on a day by day basis, where God Himself governs and sanctifies the thoughts of the heart and the words of the mouth, but he had come to an understanding that the Lord Jesus – the coming messiah; the divine days-man of Job and the coming seed of the woman was the strength of his life and the only kinsman redeemer for his soul. 

May we like this David, in humility of heart, sanctify the words of our mouth; the meditation of our heart; the thoughts of our minds and the motives of our inner being, so that we too are pleasing and acceptable in the sight of our precious Lord and Saviour.

Source: https://dailyverse.knowing-jesus.com/psalm-19-14

Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart Be acceptable in Your sight, O Lord, my strength and my Redeemer.

We all want to be perfect Christians however no one but God is perfect he knows are secular, reckless, rebellious ways and yet he still puts honor in us may we remember this and be humble and meditate on those words he teaches us in honor and praise to him may we walk like a believer should and live a lifestyle pleasing to he who is honorable who should be himself honored for his grace and mercy accepting us even at our faults and backsliding May our words be everything pleasing from our mouths and our spirit be outgoing and pouring out of who he is and the work he does and all the praise that he is that it may be what God wants to hear and see that we may be all acceptable in his sight for I myself do not claim in anyway to be perfect either but when we live a lifestyle pleasing to him we also study and learn more about him as well teaching us more intimately and studying what he teaches us a relationship in and with him is what he asks us for even past our faults he promises so much to us not only to be our strength and redeemer but so much even more than that as well I may study God’s word everyday and wright these writings but I’ll never mellow out to perfect and I admit to still need his redemption and strength for it is all I have his love is amazing his work is wonders and he is God the only God there is he deserves all our purest words and life he deserves a relationship pleasing in his sight one accepting to his honor let this scripture teach us and remind us how to love in and for him

Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart Be acceptable in Your sight, O Lord, my strength and my Redeemer.

My Prayer

My prayer would be this

Father God in all we do and say may we remind ourselves to be humble and accepting in your very eyes always remember that you are to be praised and we can never measure up to whom you are may we always remember this and be acceptable to your liking so that you may always be pleased and honored O Lord you are my strength that keeps me going in such a tough out of control world and you O Lord are in whom we find redemption for you are the only redeemer May we be accepting in your sight in everything and all we do and say in a Christ driven relationship focused everyday on you may we be role models even to the children who are the next voice of this world may we be all about who you are and hope for acceptance in you

J. Palmer

Author: J. Palmer

Living under the wings of God and the angels around me keeping me going and safe. Sharing the love of Christ.

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