The Humble Heard

Psalm 10:17   (KJV)   17 Lord, thou hast heard the desire of the humble: thou wilt prepare their heart, thou wilt cause thine ear to hear:

The humble has their Champion. They’re not alone; God’s aware of whatever they’re going through. Others dread the thought of humility because of the potential of being abused and treated like rugs. But believers are called to this—not rugs but humility, and for us, it psalm-10-17-the-humble-heardisn’t a struggle at all. When this path of humility becomes difficult, our heavenly Father comes running with His arms extended, to embrace us into His comfort.

The temptations to fight back abound; there are so many situations when others could care less if they hurt us or not. They neither have any fear of God nor any regard for us. To them, we’re tools and pawns. Humility is definitely far from their thoughts and consideration. They take the opposite route. Some of them take it to a really dangerous extent. They raise their hearts and hands against the Lord; they affirm, support, and promote evil, serving only their interests, never others.

Our trust is in the Lord. His silence never means cowardice or defeat. The cries of our hearts are heard loudly in the heavens. They go straight into His ears, straight into His heart. God is never clueless about or apathetic to our plight. He pays full attention. Our time of waiting is His time of masterfully orchestrating our strengthening and growth, a time of setting up every “prop”—situation or person—in place, ready for the revelation of our exaltation to greatness. So yes, humility isn’t helplessness; it isn’t a demerit; it’s a great advantage.

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