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Psalm 77Good News Translation (GNT)

1 I cry aloud to God; I cry aloud, and he hears me. 2 In times of trouble I pray to the Lord; all
night long I lift my hands in prayer, but I cannot find comfort. 3 When I think of God, I
sigh; when I meditate, I feel discouraged. 4 He keeps me awake all night; I am so worried that I
cannot speak. 5 I think of days gone by and remember years of long ago. 6 I spend the night in
deep thought;[b] I meditate, and this is what I ask myself: 7 Will the Lord always reject us? Will
he never again be pleased with us? 8 Has he stopped loving us? Does his promise no longer
stand? 9 Has God forgotten to be merciful? Has anger taken the place of his compassion?
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Then I said, What hurts me most is this that God is no longer powerful.[c11 I will
remember your great deeds, LORD; I will recall the wonders you did in the past. 12 I will think
about all that you have done; I will meditate on all your mighty acts. 13 Everything you do, O
God, is holy. No god is as great as you. 14 You are the God who works miracles; you showed
your might among the nations. 15 By your power you saved your people, the descendants of
Jacob and of Joseph. 16 When the waters saw you, O God, they were afraid, and the depths of the
sea trembled .17 The clouds poured down rain; thunder crashed from the sky, and lightning
flashed in all directions. 18 The crash of your thunder rolled out, and flashes of lightning lit up the
world; the earth trembled and shook. 19 You walked through the waves; you crossed the deep
sea, but your footprints could not be seen. 20 You led your people like a shepherd,
with Moses and Aaron in charge.

Psalm 78Good News Translation (GNT)


9 The Ephraimites, armed with bows and arrows, ran away on the day of battle.10 They did not
keep their covenant with God; they refused to obey his law. 11 They forgot what he had done,
the miracles they had seen him perform. 12 While their ancestors watched, God performed
miracles in the plain of Zoan in the land of Egypt. 13 He divided the sea and took them through
it; he made the waters stand like walls. 14 By day he led them with a cloud and all night long with
the light of a fire.15 He split rocks open in the desert and gave them water from the depths.
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He caused a stream to come out of the rock and made water flow like a river.17 But they
continued to sin against God, and in the desert they rebelled against the Most High. 18 They
deliberately put God to the test by demanding the food they wanted.19 They spoke against God
and said, Can God supply food in the desert?20 It is true that he struck the rock, and water
flowed out in a torrent; but can he also provide us with bread and give his people meat?21 And
so the LORD was angry when he heard them; he attacked his people with fire, and his anger
against them grew,22 because they had no faith in him and did not believe that he would save
them.23 But he spoke to the sky above and commanded its doors to open; 24 he gave them grain
from heaven, by sending down manna for them to eat.25 So they ate the food of angels, and God
gave them all they wanted.26 He also caused the east wind to blow, and by his power he stirred up
the south wind;27 and to his people he sent down birds, as many as the grains of sand on the
shore;28 they fell in the middle of the camp all around the tents.29 So the people ate and were
satisfied; God gave them what they wanted.30 But they had not yet satisfied their craving and
were still eating,31 when God became angry with them and killed their strongest men, the best
young men of Israel.32 In spite of all this the people kept sinning; in spite of his miracles they did
not trust him.33 So he ended their days like a breath and their lives with sudden
disaster.34 Whenever he killed some of them, the rest would turn to him; they would repent and
pray earnestly to him.35 They remembered that God was their protector, that the Almighty came
to their aid.36 But their words were all lies; nothing they said was sincere.37 They were not loyal
to him; they were not faithful to their covenant with him.38 But God was merciful to his
people. He forgave their sin and did not destroy them. Many times he held back his anger and
restrained his fury.39 He remembered that they were only mortal beings, like a wind that blows
by and is gone.40 How often they rebelled against him in the desert; how many times they made
him sad! 41 Again and again they put God to the test and brought pain to the Holy God of
Israel.42 They forgot his great power and the day when he saved them from their enemies43 and
performed his mighty acts and miracles in the plain of Zoan in the land of Egypt.44 He turned the
rivers into blood, and the Egyptians had no water to drink.45 He sent flies among them, that
tormented them, and frogs that ruined their land. like his home in heaven he made it firm like
the earth itself, secure for all time.

1) Psalms 94:14 "For the LORD will not reject his people; he will never forsake his
inheritance."

2) Ephesians 1:6(NKJV) 6
to the praise of the glory of His
grace, by which He made us accepted in the Beloved.

3) Psalm 136(GNT) 1 Give thanks to the L , because he is good; ORD

his love is eternal. Romans 8 (GNT) For I am certain that nothing


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can separate us from his love: neither death nor life, neither angels nor other heavenly
rulers or powers, neither the present nor the future, 39 neither the world above nor the
world belowthere is nothing in all creation that will ever be able to separate us from the
love of God which is ours through Christ Jesus our Lord.

4) Numbers 23:19 (GNT) 19


God is not like people, who lie; He
is not a human who changes his mind. Whatever he promises, he does; He speaks,
and it is done.

5) 1 Chronicles 16:34 (KJV) 34


O give thanks unto the LORD;
for he is good; for his mercy endureth for ever.
6) God is not angry, he is love; Jesus showed us,remember the story of the prodigal son
and story of paul. There is none like Him, and He will not allow His word to return to
Him void! Col 3:16

Philippians 4 :8 The Message (MSG)


Summing it all up, friends, Id say youll do best by filling your minds and meditating on things true,
noble, reputable, authentic, compelling, graciousthe best, not the worst; the beautiful, not the ugly;
things to praise, not things to curse. Put into practice what you learned from me, what you heard and
saw and realized. Do that, and God, who makes everything work together, will work you into his most
excellent harmonies.