Psalms 86 is prayer of David. He honoured God by calling "God" or "Lord" in all most all of the verses. Likewise, honour God in every walks of your life then shall He honour you among men and angels in heaven. The Lord says,I will honour those who honour me (I Sam 2:30)
When David uttered this prayer, he was confident that God was listening to his prayer. Although a king, his belief was in God and leaned upon Him completely. Therefore, he was humble. How is your prayer today? Can God see humility in your prayer. A bit of wealth, a good job or a happy family makes us complacent and proud of our status. Get down from your throne of pride and plead before Him to listen to you.
Calling upon God benefits us in many ways. He protects our live (Deuteronomy 6:24) from danger, accidents and snare of enemies. Show fidelity in observing the quiet time that is the time between you and God alone.
II Tim 4:18 saysthe Lord shall deliver you from every evil work. Treachery is a most dangerous trap. Those whom you consider to be friends back stabs us. It is unbearable to shoulder the pain. You are not alone in such situations, the Lord shall protect you.
Whatever may be your troubles, call upon God. He shall deliver you from all your troubles (Psalms 34:6).
He shall be a shelter to you and a strong tower against your enemies (Psalms 61:3).
Plead before God, your lamentations shall turn into joy (Psalms 30:10,11).Today, you may be undergoing through tough time and wondering when you would come out of it. But the Lord says, your sorrows shall be turned into happiness. Just hold on to him and pour out your tears before Him. It shall never go waste.
He renews His grace for you when you call upon Him (Psalms 86:7).
For a day in thy courts is better than a thousand, I had rather be a doorkeeper in the house of my God. (Psalms 84:10).
So we must humble before and wait in His presence, then the Lord will fulfill our desires of our heart.If you are blessed by this message kindly let us know, that we praise God together at firstname.lastname@example.org