Daily loads of benefits


Someone is carrying your load, you don't have to!
Someone is carrying your load, you don’t have to!


Psalm 68:19

God daily loads us with benefits‘, He carries our burdens on a daily basis because He is our salvation.  He carries our burdens day by day.  It  is good to know that I don’t have to bear them. Today I renounce my ability to ‘worry’.

‘The yoke destroyer has removed every burden and destroyed every yoke’, is my confession. Is 10:27

The psalmist encourages us to praise Him for this.

If I truly believe this, why would I fail to praise knowing that the praising Him is His delight.

In the world, the more you praise someone the more they want to please you.

Praise involves speaking and He enjoys listening to our praise as the bible says he dwells in the midst of our praises.  Most times we are deceived in thinking that prayer is the only way God meets our needs.

Let’s praise HIM today!


6 thoughts on “Daily loads of benefits”

  1. Although I am I Buddhist, I believe that I am always being watched over at times of difficulty. No matter how tough it gets, I know I will always pull through one way or the other because my subconscious tells me that everything happens for a benefiting reason.

  2. Very encouraging words of wisdom, much like many verses in the bible. It is comforting to know that no matter what struggles or burdens we carry, that we are never alone. God’s grace protects us and aids us in our times of need. We need to have open and honest conversations with God, and he will guide us when we need him.

    • Hi James

      One of the problems we give ourselves today is that we don’t talk to our creator enough. he truly wants to guide us through His Holy spirit on a regular basis.

      Thanks for your contribution.

  3. Thank you for sharing God and His word on your website.

    For me, Psalms are the best book in Old Testament and the best prayer book as well.
    I am sure that reading Psalms, especially with (and in) our hearts is very enjoyable for our Heavenly Father.

    I love you, Lord God, and you make me strong (Psalm 18:1).

    God bless you and your site!


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