2 Sing unto him, sing psalms unto him: talk ye of all his wondrous works.
MEN of God walk by faith, men of the world by sight. Walking by faith implies an implicit confidence in the utterances of the Bible, despite appearances, which frequently seem to conflict with these utterances. Without faith no man can please God. Faith is not credulity, but a belief founded on evidence.
A credulous man is a simpleton, and God does not favour such. God would have our minds well furnished with reasons for the trust we have in in Him. God has provided the material for forming these reasons. It lies mainly in the miracles of the Bible. To continually keep these miracles in sight is God's will concerning us.
"Talk ye of all His wondrous works"—"Remember His marvellous works"
—are the exhortations of the Psalmist. Faith will grow where these exhortations are heeded, it will wither where they are disregarded.
Bro AT Jannaway
The Christadelphian, Feb 1889