Feb 8, 2012
APOSTLE TALK - Future News Now!
with Prince Handley
HOW TO BE
NOURISHED, PROVIDED & PROTECTED
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HOW TO BE NOURISHED,
PROVIDED & PROTECTED
Cast your burden on the LORD, and He
He shall never permit the righteous to be moved.
– Psalm 55:22
Psalm 55 is a contemplation of David, or “maskiyl” (Hebrew), meaning “to have insight, to ponder and wisely understand.” This Psalm was written by David to provide help when you experience treachery by a friend with whom you have close relationship.
The Psalmist, having been hunted by his friend (King Saul and 3,000 men) who wanted to kill him … and at another time by his own followers who spoke of stoning him … instructs us out of his own experience with G-d, that in the time of treachery by a close acquaintance, we should “cast our situational problems upon the LORD.”
The word “cast” here used in Psalm 55 is from the original Hebrew “shalak,” a primitive root meaning “to cast off, to cast away, to cast out … or to hurl, to throw.” It reminds us of the admonition by another Jewish leader, Shimon (the Apostle Peter), who wrote: “Casting all your care upon Him, for He cares for you.” (Brit Chadashah: 1 Peter 5:7) In this passage, the Apostle instructs us to take our anxieties, distractions, burdens and worries and throw them on the LORD (with the understanding, of course, that we are going to leave them there: in Messiah's hands, for Him to take care of).
David revealed to us a truth that when we throw (Hebrew: shalak) our burdens upon the LORD (with the understanding, of course, that we are going to leave them there: in Messiah's hands, for Him to take care of), that He … the LORD … will sustain us. That's cool! Why do I say that? Because that is what the word “sustain” is in Hebrew: “c-h-u-l” pronounced like “cool.”
The Hebrew word “chul” means “to nourish, to maintain, provide, protect, support, and defend.” Also, “to provide the necessary means of support.”
You may be in a hard time economically right now. Maybe your government, which is supposed to be your friend, has been treacherous – guilty of betrayal and deception – in misuse of your tax money, or by rewarding financially the very banks and investment firms that have caused the key money problems that plague or threaten you, your family or your livelihood.
I have some great news for YOU. If you will cast – throw – your anxieties upon the LORD, and leave them in His hands to deal with for you … He will sustain you. He will nourish, provide and protect you.
And that's really cool!
Try it. Just pray this prayer right now:
“Father in Heaven, in the name of Mashiach Yeshua (Messiah Jesus) I take all of my problems, including economic ones, and throw them upon you. I now leave them in your hands, trusting you to take care of my particular probems and situations. Lead me by your Spirit, and take over my life. I give Your Son – Jesus – the control of my life … forever. Amen!”
Remember to thank Him when you see the answer(s) … and tell your friends Who did it!
Baruch haba b'Shem Adonai.
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