Beyond the Weekend

March 18 | I Will Remember

March 18, 2021


Your ways, God, are holy. What god is as great as our God? You are the God who performs miracles; you display your power among the peoples. Psalm 77:13-14

Read: Psalm 77:11-20
Psalm 77


Asaph takes an intentional turn in the middle of Psalm 77. He goes from “God has left me” to “God is awesome!” He does this by remembering who God is and meditating on what he has done. Asaph asserts, “What god is as great as our God?” Then he goes on to remember how God brought Israel out of slavery in Egypt to the Promised Land “through the sea…though your footprints were not seen. You led your people like a flock by the hand of Moses and Aaron” (Psalm 77:19-20).

We learn from Asaph that a willingness to remember who God is and what he has done is key to raising our spirits from despair to hope. Making this a habit is critical for navigating through spiritual crises. Asaph shows us it’s okay to lament how we feel toward God, but it’s not okay to stay there. We can move forward with the confidence of what we know about God’s character and power. Developing the habit of depositing God’s Word into our minds and hearts helps us remember his character and power on the days when our emotions scream, “God is done with us!”


There are many things about God’s good character to remind us our hope is in him. Watch this video by the Ada Worship team and listen to the song “Good, Good Father.” Let the lyrics lift your hopes high.


Join us this year as we read through the New Testament.

Today’s reading is Luke 10.

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