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Living the Dream

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Dale Buchanan

Trust, salvation and praise

By Dale Buchanan
13 Apr, 2015
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Ps. 13:5 “But I trust in your unfailing love; my heart rejoices in your salvation. 6 I will sing the LORD’S praise, for he has been good to me.”

When reading this verse this Psalm looks like a really good example of praise to God and exclaiming His unfailing love and salvation. However, when we look at the first few verses it shows us that the circumstances of the writer (David) were not all roses and peaches. He was surrounded by enemies that were triumphing over him and David felt as though the Lord had hidden his face. David was wrestling spiritually with the sorrow that the Lord may have departed from him. The words that he uses in the preceding verses are quite forward and forceful. Have a look at them when you get a chance.

From this Psalm we can reap a number of things. Prayer brings us a solution to the problem because it is shared with God. But it also helps us to re-focus on God’s goodness, despite our own troubles.
We have just celebrated Easter and the re-telling of Christ bringing salvation for all who trust in Him, through some of the most terrible of situations.

We can safely say that whatever our circumstances today, we can trust in God for our salvation because of His unfailing love; He has brought us salvation and has been good to you and me. The ideal response to this is to sing His praises just as David did.

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The Grace Centre in Bahir Dar, is a God-led sanctuary for families struggling with the challenges of poverty, illness and single parenting in rural Ethiopia. It provides free Childcare, healthcare; before and after school care including meals, uniforms and tutoring for families in need; literacy, numeracy and training; counseling, mentoring and support; transitional care and reunification.

There may also be the opportunity to stay in Thailand and visit the Callows family on out return trip.
If you are interested in learning more about the short-term trip and/or supporting the Grace Centre please contact Leith or Rob Harding. Email:

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