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ALL THROUGH THIS HOUR details logo Our Daily Bread - Wednesday, September 9, 2015
by RBC Ministries

Psalm 25:1-11

Lead me in Your truth and teach me, for You are the God of my salvation: on You I wait all the day.
-Psalm 25:5

Proverb 6-7
2 Corinthians 2

The majestic chime of London’s Great Clock of Westminster, commonly known as Big Ben, is familiar to many. In fact, some of us may have clocks in our homes that sound the same hourly chime. It is traditionally thought that the melody was taken from Handel’s Messiah. And the lyrics inscribed in the Big Ben clock room have a time significance:
All this hour,
Lord be my guide;
And by Thy power,
No foot shall slide.

These lyrics are a good reminder of our constant need for God’s guidance. King David recognised that he needed guidance all through the day as he faced the challenges of life. In Psalm 25, he says “Lead me in your truth and teach me, for you are the God of my salvation, on you I will wait all the day”(v.5). Wanting to be a teachable follower of God, David looked to his Redeemer for direction. His heart‘s desire was to wait on God with dependent faith throughout the entire day.
May this be our desire as well. Our requests for God’s help often begin the day, but then competing distractions can pull our attention away from Him. Lord, remind us to pray:
“All through this hour, Lord, be my guide.”-Dennis Fisher.
There’s never a day nor a season
That prayer may not bless every hour,
And never a prayer need be helpless
When linked with God’s infinite power. - Morton

Let Christ be first in your thoughts in the morning, and last in your thoughts at night.


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