Jesus cries out from this psalm while on the cross. The whole psalm not only has foreshadowing and direct prophesy, it declares : "It will be told of the Lord to the coming generation..." What God has done will be told. Lord, let it be told to the coming generation!
Lord God, lift our eyes from the tiny worlds we make for ourselves and focus them upon Your wonders.
(Can't tell you how many times we sang this growing up in church. Might even have been the first church song I learned how to play.) Lord God, be exalted and be blessed, for You alone are worthy of praise. You have saved us from our enemies, and are the Ever-living One.
Thank You, Lord God, for Your paths, and as we tread upon them may our feet be secure. Thank You for the privilege of calling upon You and being heard by You.
This verse is awesome. Peter preaches from it in Acts 2. The Lord did not allow Jesus to undergo decay, but raised Him up. He also will not abandon our souls to death, but raise us up!
This is all of Psalm 15, and it is meaningful for me because I memorized it with my son while we were overseas.
Lord, may we not entertain the thoughts of the foolish and may we ever be thankful that You sought us out so that we might seek You. A strange verse to teach our kids, yes. Except that Paul uses it later to show that none of us prove ourselves by seeking after God. It is …
May our children find that even when You seem far away, that their hearts remember what You have already done and that they rejoice in You. It's hard when God seems distant. Maybe because we grow up hearing He's always there. How do we teach our kids to trust He's there when it doesn't feel …
Lord, prove Your words to us. Take care of the afflicted and needy, that our generations may see...
Lord, let our children not learn to love violence, but Your peace.