Bible studies for writers

Bible studies for writers | Psalm 145

Sometimes I just need to get a grip, and this psalm reminded me of that. I’m not going to lie, I have felt super unloved the past two weeks by the people who matter most to me on this planet. I don’t say that to get sympathy. I say that because it’s the way I’ve felt. I’m not saying it’s the way things are. I’m just saying that’s the way I have felt. Did I say that’s the way I’ve felt???? 😭🤭 And I’ve let it affect my sleep and my waking conscience to the point that it was ruining my outlook on life. But somehow, this psalm helped, at least for a moment, by shifting my thoughts to praise the One who has blessed me abundantly and loves me always the most.

Sum it up:

I will give you all the praise, Lord,
For you never leave me.
Your greatness is unmeasurable,
And your works are never-ending.

You show compassion and mercy
When we don’t even know we need it.

God is generous beyond explanation.

Writing prompt: unloved

Write about a time you felt unloved.

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