Bible Reflection – Psalm 146:3-6- Trust In God Alone

Verse – Psalm 146:3-6

Verse – Psalm 146:3-6

Do not put your trust in princes, in human beings, who cannot save. When their spirit departs, they return to the ground; on that very day their plans come to nothing. Blessed are those whose help is the God of Jacob, whose hope is in the LORD their God. He is the Maker of heaven and earth, the sea, and everything in them— he remains faithful forever.

Reflections – Psalm 146:3-6 Trust in God alone

There are times when we are promised fortune, inheritance, and other valuable things by people in our lives. The people who make these promises sometimes mean it in the moments the promises are made, however, they get swayed by external influences or unforeseen circumstances.

Wouldn’t it be wonderful to only put your faith and trust in an everlasting God who never fails? Just like a good watchman never sleeps during the night watch, God will never disappoint you. Put your trust in him alone and you will not be disappointed.

Reflections -  Psalm 146:3-6 Trust in God alone

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Declaration  Psalm 146:3-6

Declaration – Psalm 146:3-6

From today, I vow to not put my hopes in humans. I will only trust in the Most High God because He made me and everything that I see. Only He can keep his promises to me without any excuses. My heart is filled with joy and my hope is fulfilled in Him.

Prayer Psalm 146:3-6


Dear Lord
I bless your holy name
You are greater than all who ever lived
You hold the world in your hands
and You keep all your promises to me
I put my faith in you, Lord
Let me not put my hopes in humans
But instead, teach me to only trust in You
With you, I know I will abound in prosperity
and my future will be glorious


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