Reflection — August 8th
Psalm 78 suggests how passing stories down the generations of God’s miracles and provisions for his people are intended to inspire each new generation to trust God. In practice, the writer thinks it doesn’t seem to always work. He relates how even knowing and experiencing the providence of God we are people who are never really satisfied.
Perhaps that is the flaw in our human nature that will eventually be the strand that brings healing in eternity, when we find our rest in God himself. To be totally content and constant in our faith, is surely to have reached the journey’s end.
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