PSALMS 133 - Ashsalt


Hello, and welcome to Daily Affirmations with Salt Ashibuogwu.




On today’s episode, we would be looking at Psalms 133.


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Now, I love this chapter of the bible not just because it is one of the shortest chapters of the bible, but because it has deep wells of inspiration in it.




Are you ready?




Let’s see what God has for us in it.




1 BEHOLD, HOW good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!





2 It is like the precious ointment poured on the head, that ran down on the beard, even the beard of Aaron [the first high priest], that came down upon the collar and skirts of his garments [consecrating the whole body]. [Ex 30:25,30.]






3 It is like the dew of [lofty] Mount Hermon and the dew that comes on the hills of Zion; for there the Lord has commanded the blessing, even life forevermore [upon the high and the lowly].




See, it says how good and pleasant it is for brothers to dwell in unity, as in not just that it is good, it says “how good”… declare with me now:




In my family and church we will dwell with one another in unity!




In my place of work, my enemies will be at peace with me!




In Jesus’ name, I declare!




Enjoy this beautiful song on Psalms 133 by Jason Silver



Welcome back!




From our text, it is obvious that unity is good, however when it is outside the will of God, it is dangerous.




Let’s take take the tower of Babel for instance, the Bible says that even God saw that when men are united, nothing that they have imagined would be impossible for them.




But you know what, because that unity was outside the will of God, it led to their own confusion.





I pray that you don’t have confusion in your life.




Then, you must live according to the will of God, and to do this, you must repent and be born again.




Today is a blessed day for you, peace and love in the Spirit would fill your heart, in Jesus’ name!






Psalm 130

4 thoughts on “PSALMS 133”

  1. Thank you very much, sir.
    Unity is indispensable in the family else it would fall.
    A house divided against itself cannot stand.

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