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Break the Arm of the Wicked

Hello, God has given me something in Psalms 10:15, which says,

“Break the arm of the wicked man;(A)
    call the evildoer to account for his wickedness
    that would not otherwise be found out.”

The Psalmist asked God why He stood far off. He asked why God his himself in trouble. He said that the wicked in their arrogance hunted down the weak, and the weak got caught in the wicked’s schemes. He said that the wicked man boasted about the cravings of his heart, and blessed the greedy, while reviling the Lord. He said that the wicked said to himself that nothing would ever shake him, and he swears that nothing would harm him. In the verse above, the Psalmist is saying to God to break off the arm of the wicked, and call the evildoer to account for his wickedness, the wickedness that would not have been found otherwise. Then the Psalmist said that the Lord was king forever, and that He heard the cry of the afflicted. He said that God encouraged them and listened to their cry. He said that God defended the fatherless, and oppressed, so that mere mortals would never strike terror again.

Christians have been saved from our sins and trespasses, and we have been made clean and new. But unbelievers have not, but have instead gone into Satan’s kingdom. They are now filthy in their sins. If you are an unbeliever, and are not believing in what Jesus did for us, then why don’t you come to Him, and be saved? He will save you, for He is Christ, who is mighty to save all those who cry out to Him. He will listen to the cry of the distressed. Come to Jesus, and be saved from your sins. He will rescue you!

Christians should help unbelievers to see Christ. We need to spread the Good News of the Gospel. Let’s help them to see Jesus, and what He has done for us. Let’s not be Gospel hogs, but instead Gospel givers. Let’s give the Gospel to others. There are still more who need help from their sin, so let’s help the wicked to see Jesus, who died for the wicked. Christ has given His own life to save us from sin, then He rose again, leaving our sin in the grave. Let’s help others to come to Jesus and experience the wonderful joy of the Gospel.

God has given His son to save us from our sin. Let’s praise Him, and give thanks to Him, and love Him. Let’s worship the son, for He has given His own life for us on the cross, and rose again saving us from our sin! Now, we are saved, so let’s praise Him all the more, and love Him with all of our hearts. Let’s give thanks for He has loved us, and saved us, and given us the Holy-Spirit. He has loved us, and give His son for us, so let’s love Him, and be willing to give our all for Him.

How does Psalms 10:15 apply to us? The Psalmist said to break the arm of the wicked, and expose their sin. Yeah! Let’s expose the wic… oh wait, that’s us. We are wicked. We deserve to die. But, then why are we alive? Because Jesus came down to earth, and gave His own life for us, taking God’s wrath and our sin with Him into the grave. Then He rose again, leaving our sin in the grave. Thank You Jesus! So now, we are saved, and we are God’s clean, pure, children, who have been saved by love.

Prayer: Dear Heavenly Father,

Thank You for loving me so much. Thank You for giving Your son for me. Thank You for taking my punishment. Thank You for blessing me so much, and making me Your daughter. Please help me to love You more, draw close to You, and walk and talk with You more. Please help me to be more thankful. Please help me not to be proud. Please help me to give glory to You in everything I do. Please help me to grow in You. Please strengthen me, and fellow believers in You. In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Verse:

Beginning verse, Psalms 10:15,

“Break the arm of the wicked man;(A)
    call the evildoer to account for his wickedness
    that would not otherwise be found out.”

Peace and love, Joy Cleveland

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