Read Psalm 87.
Psalm 87:7 is about those of us who have been reborn in Christ. Here is what the psalmist said: “As they make music, they will sing, . . .” Sing what? “‘All my fountains are in you.’”
Where are your fountains? Are they in material things? Are they in physical fitness? Are they in people—even those who are dearest and nearest to you? Are they in your identity? Are they in your occupation? Are they in your title? Are they in your family name? Are they in your reputation?
God’s surrendered sons and daughters know the joy of being able to proclaim, “In Him are all my fountains! They are in Christ alone.” The financial markets may go up and down. Family and friends, even Christian friends, may fail you, but the grace of God will never fail you. The peace of God, which cost Him the colossal price of coming to earth and dying on the cross, will never fail you.
His peace emanates from His inexhaustible fountain of grace. You can never exhaust the grace of God.
Prayer: God, I pray that all of my fountains would be in You alone. Thank You for Your inexhaustible fountain of grace. I pray in the name of Jesus. Amen.
“As they make music they will sing, ‘All my fountains are in you’” (Psalm 87:7).
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