By Sr. Nun Other
I frequently tell people how busy I am, how stressed, how overwhelmed with important tasks. And I’m not the only one. Our younger sisters often say, “I was given a huge project today — HUGE!” When questioned, this can range from painting a bathroom to making several dozen cookies. And then, I happened upon Psalm 65. Let’s look at a day in the life of the God we love:
Psalm 65 Paraphrased Perspective Statistics (Googled)
He hears our prayers, World population 7.125 Billion
And forgives our sins
He stills the roaring of the seas, Earth in square miles 57,491,000
The turmoil of the nations.
He cares for the land and waters it; One year’s water consumption
He enriches it abundantly. 3,622,439 liters
God fills our streams with water, Food consumption 11 million pounds
And provides grain for the people. per minute per day
I receive a quick lesson in humility, now overwhelmed by my insignificance. And then I realize, all of the above is for me. And you. One additional verse from Psalm 65: Where morning dawns and evening fades, He calls forth songs of joy. And gratitude.