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Psalm 62:6 is Wrong.

June 27, 2017

The end of Psalm 62:6 says, “I shall not be moved.”

That’s wrong.

The moving van arrives this morning.

Patty and Martin and I shall indeed be moved.

Psalm 62:6 is wrong.

What?

There’s more to that verse? I’ve ripped it out of context? Really?

Really.

The entire verse says, “God alone is my rock and my salvation: God is my defense; I shall not be moved.”

Suddenly that verse isn’t about me at all; it’s all about God,

It’s about God’s faithfulness, God’s reliability, God’s protection. And even, as my Reformed sisters and brothers love to say, it’s all about God’s provision.

Hmmmm….

It’s all about God.

Psalm 62:6 is not wrong. But you and I sure can be.

Let’s scroll down and re-read yesterday’s blog here.

Hope to see you back here tomorrow. Yes, after our stuff is, in fact, moved!

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2 Comments
  1. Larry permalink

    Welcome back to Belleville!

  2. I didn’t know you were being moved this year. Where are they sending you? That is one thing about my Methodism that has always rubbed me the wrong way, moving pastors whether they need it or not! I got a call from the doctor earlier that the insurance company faxxed them a letter this afternoon pointing out that they would no longer cover a drug I have been on for a few years, and it is still working. It is one of those ‘step-therapy’ drugs. Over the last couple of decades, I have hit every step along the way. The insurance company, in the interest of their cost savings, as I hurtle toward catastrophic coverage, that I get knocked back down a couple steps. NOW, as I head on a long two-thousand mile trip, they wish to save money while experimenting on me. That’s how I feel about moving pastors, isn’t that a way of sending you back a few steps — the starting all over thing?

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