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Redeem Me From Oppression

Make a Faith Journal Using the Bless Method | Redeem Me From Oppression | Psalm 119:134 | July 27, 2023

Date: July 27, 2023

I use the BLESS method every morning for my devotional. 

B - Bible Verse
L - Listen for God's Voice and pray
E - Explore the History and meaning
S - Study the Key Words or Phrases
S - Summarize and Share

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B - Bible Verse: "Redeem me from human oppression, that I may obey your precepts." - Psalm 119:134

L - Listen for God's Word and pray: Prayer: Dear God, I come before You, asking for Your deliverance from any form of oppression or burden that hinders my obedience to Your Word. Help me to live in freedom and wholeheartedly follow Your precepts. Let Your truth and love be my guiding light as I journey with You. Amen.

E - Explore the History and Meaning: Psalm 119 is the longest chapter in the Bible and is known for its deep devotion to God's Word. It was written by an unknown author, likely during the time of the exile or after when the Israelites faced various trials and challenges.  In this verse, the psalmist pleads with God to redeem them from human oppression, which may be external pressures or internal struggles that hinder their ability to fully obey God's commands. The psalmist acknowledges that true obedience to God's precepts requires deliverance from anything that binds or burdens them.

S - Study the Key Words or Phrases:

"Redeem me": The psalmist seeks God's deliverance and rescue from oppressive forces.

"Human oppression": Refers to external pressures or internal struggles that hinder obedience to God.

"Obey your precepts": The desire to wholeheartedly follow God's commands and live in accordance with His Word.

S - Summarize and Share: 

This verse is a cry to God, asking for deliverance from any form of oppression that keeps us from fully obeying His precepts or teachings. We all face challenges in life, whether they come from external sources or inner struggles that weigh us down. But you know what? We have a God who hears our prayers and longs to set us free!

I can totally relate to the psalmist's plea. There have been times when I felt overwhelmed by circumstances or my own weaknesses, making it hard to walk in God's ways. But I discovered that when we bring our burdens to God and seek His redemption, He is faithful to answer.

God wants our hearts to be free so that we can wholeheartedly follow His Word. His rules are not a burden; they are a guide to living a life of purpose, love, and joy.

We need to pray boldly, just like the psalmist did. Ask God to redeem us from anything that oppresses us, whether it's fear, doubt, guilt, or external pressures. And as He delivers us, let's walk confidently in His truth and love.

Remember, God is not a distant deity; He is our loving Father who longs for our freedom and obedience. Let's trust in His goodness and His desire to see us thrive. With His help, we can overcome every difficulties we face and live a life that honors Him. Let's journey together, hand in hand with our faithful God!

Bible Cross References:

Psalm 34:22 - "The Lord will rescue his servants; no one who takes refuge in him will be condemned."

Psalm 119:45 - "I will walk about in freedom, for I have sought out your precepts."

Psalm 121:1-2 - "I lift up my eyes to the mountains—where does my help come from? My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth."

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