The Blameless Way

Last night in our prayer meeting, the psalmist was playing the keyboard in prophetic worship during the hour of prayer.  The Lord said Psalm 101, so I went there and got a tune to sing this psalm back to the Lord in faith.  It perfectly fits her playing.  It also spoke some answers to problems I was having and how to handle situations and attitudes.  God is so faithful!

I will sing of mercy and loving-kindness and justice: to You, O Lord, will I sing.’  I will behave myself wisely and give heed to the blameless way–O when will You come to me?  I will walk within my house in integrity and with a blameless heart.” Verses 1-2 ~ It seems that by NOT giving heed to the blameless way or behaving unwisely keeps Him away.  The intimacy is lessened by this.  For me, He is saying some personal things about the way I conduct my household.  I spend too much time doing idle things when I could be being productive.

“I will set no base or wicked thing before my eyes.  I hate the work of them who turn aside from the right path; It shall not grasp hold of me.  A perverse heart shall depart from me; I will know no evil person or thing.” Verses 3-4 ~ One of the burdens of my heart is the plight of children being sex trafficked.  I pray for them and I like to understand what they are dealing with.  But researching this is so wicked and hard to bear that this verse spoke volumes to me.  It gets to you putting wicked things in your eye gate.  I must stop this kind of research.  It is common knowledge what the children go through, so I don’t need to research anymore.  I know it’s a global crisis.  I know they are being forced into perverse sexual acts and being raped.  I don’t have to put this before my eyes any longer.  I will pray.

“Whoso privily slanders his neighbor, him will I cut off from me; he who has a haughty look and a proud and arrogant heart I cannot and I will not tolerate.  My eyes shall look with favor upon the faithful of the land, that they may dwell with me; he who walks blamelessly, he shall minister to me.” Verses 5-6 ~ This kind of confirms why I’m uncomfortable around some people.  Because they talk about others to me, I know they are talking about me to others.  I believe that from now on, whenever I hear slander of others, I will say something like, “Oh, let’s pray together for them ok?”  Talk about a wet blanket!  The side of this coin is to appreciate the faithful people in your life.  Value these people.  They are worth their weight in gold.  They are the ones who should speak into your life.

“He who works deceit shall not dwell in my house; he who tells lies shall not continue in my presence.  Morning after morning I will root up all the wicked in the land, that I may eliminate all the evildoers from the city of the Lord.” Verses 7-8 ~ I believe these two verses are a mandate to pray for these people to find the blameless way.  They need help!  When the wicked turn to righteousness, then they are uprooted from wickedness.

It is amazing how God will speak to you about your everyday life right out of His Word.  Who knew Psalm 101 had so much meat?  I am making the choice to choose the blameless way, which leads straight to His heart…

Don’t know Him?

Blessings everyone…

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3 Responses to The Blameless Way

  1. successbmine says:

    This is a full serving of truth, Micki, and so important for all Christians to know and live out. I find myself often doing unnecessary things, too, and know some of my time could be used much more productively. Thank you for this reminder to set our hearts on the blameless way. Yes, He does speak to us from His heart into our everyday needs and ways. I thank Him for it. God bless you.


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