Daily Scripture: Psalm 145:15





"The eyes of all look to You with hope and You give them their food in it's proper time."
Psalm 145:15

Not until recent history, has there been a time when there is enough food on Earth for all of humanity to be fed. The reason is the Green Revolution, and every nation in its path has been satiated. Yet there is still profound hunger in many parts of the world, which makes Psalm 145:15 even more awe-inspiring. When you look at the verse literally, you are able to see the faith the poor and the hungry have in God. Take a look at the ethereal message in this Psalm and you know that God's provisions do come at exactly the right and proper time: God time, not ours.


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Today's Spiritual Quote
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I lowered my eyes. When I raised them again the angel was still there, it is true, hanging rather far under the ceiling... but it was no living angel, only a painted wooden figurehead off the prow of some ship, one of a kind that hangs from the ceiling in sailor’s taverns, nothing more. end quote
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Diary, June 25, 1914
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