Psalm 6 - Key


For in death [there is] no remembrance of thee: in the grave who shall give thee thanks?

The Psalmist's purpose for asking the Lord to deliver him, is that he desired to use his life to remember and thank the Lord. After we've prayed for something and the Lord answers, it is often too easy to forget about it, and to forget to thank the Lord.


When I pray for something, I'll pay attention, so that I notice when He answers, and so that I can remember to thank Him afterwards.

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