A Verse Packed With Promise

I will satisfy you with a full life and with all that I do for you. For you will enjoy the fullness of my salvation! Psalm 91:16 TPT

Here’s a couple words I want you to see. First the word salvation; the act of saving or protecting from harm, risk, loss, destruction, etc.

The word satisfy; to fulfill the desires, expectations, needs, or demands of (a person, the mind, etc.); give full contentment to: to put an end to (a desire, want, need, etc.) by sufficient or ample provision.

And last but not least, the word fullness: the quality or state of being filled completely or to utmost capacity: the state of having eaten enough, especially more than enough: the quality or state of being filled or rounded out, as in form or shape.

Put that all together now to show you just what God meant when He said that.

I will fulfill the desires, expectations and needs or demands and give full contentment by sufficient and ample provision and give you a fulfilling life with all I do for you. For you will enjoy the quality or state of being filled completely or to utmost capacity: the state of having eaten enough, especially more than enough: the quality or state of being filled or rounded out, as in form or shape, My salvation, the act of saving or protecting from harm, risk, loss, destruction, etc.

There’s a whole lot packed into that small verse, but that is what God wants you to know about it. It’s His covenant promise to you. The end of Psalm 91 says so much that we’ve missed simply because we don’t know the depth of the words used.

Combine that with unspeakable love, grace beyond measure and unshakable faith, and allow your face to turn toward the heavens, your hands raised in worship and let loose the praise that must now be on your lips.

Thank You Lord for such an amazing mouthful of promises. I will hold fast to the rope You’ve thrown me in the middle of my storm. You are well able to keep me, strengthen me and reveal to me the joy of my salvation.

Sandy G

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