This is My Song


I will sing unto the Lord as long as I live, I will sing praise to my God while I have my being. Psalm 104:33 KJV

Our lives are passing with each tick of the clock. Despite everything that television commercials try to get us to buy, there is no product on earth that will make the hands of time spin backwards We are here for only a limited period of time and yet our limits do not limit our value to God. Just as the frame of a beautiful picture does not take away from its value, so the limits of our lives give us a chance to tell others what is important by what we paint inside of it. In today’s Bible verse, King David boldly declared that what mattered most to Him was to be able to praise the Lord. More than 3,000 years ago King David died and was buried. The throne that he sat on and the crown that he wore have long since turned to dust. Even the enormous sword of the giant Goliath has vanished from earth. But the songs David sang are a living picture frame of his life. In the book of Psalms, his praises, prayers, cries for mercy and even his complaints are still preserved for us today.

Every one of us also has a choice as to what will frame the story of our lives. When people read it what will they discover? Will they only remember our bank accounts and accomplishments good or bad? Will our lives form a picture frame to a song of praise> Will they be like the words to the hymn by Fanny Crosby? “This is my story. This is my song. Praising my Savior, all the day long!”

6 Comments Add yours

  1. How vital it is to keep that eternal mindset! What a great encouragement today. Thank you!

  2. Amen! And how blessed we are to be able to write our stories and songs for future generations.
    P. S. I am using the verse you quoted in my next post, which I have already written. I guess great minds think alike. 😏

  3. Hallelujah! May our lives draw a picture that brings God glory! Strengthen us, O LORD!

  4. A great analogy – a picture frame.

    1. pastorpete51 says:

      Thanks for reading. Yes that idea gives me comfort and encouragement to fill that frame with what matters.

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