Come save us and bless us. Be our shepherd and always carry us in your arms (Psalm 28:9, CEV).
Lake Ontario sunset – photo by Eric E. Wright
This week’s I Love the Psalms theme is salvation.
It’s a long, long time since I have been carried, but it remains as a pleasant childhood memory. I recall falling asleep in the car on the way home from a visit to some distant relatives. I remember slowly waking as my father carried me into the house.
David, the shepherd king penned the words of this prayer: Come save and bless us. Be our shepherd and always carry us in your arms.
Undoubtedly, as a young shepherd David remembered carrying lambs in his arms, but surely he also remembered being carried as a boy.
We may be adults now, but there are still days when we want to be carried—need to be…
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