3 Psalms to attract and exercise love in 2022
During the turn of the year, few people focus on requests other than love. Whether in search of the ideal partner or more harmonious relationships among friends and family, love is always present, and the Psalms can help you bring it closer in 2022.
Psalms for Love in 2022
In general, the Psalms of David function as an announcement about God’s love. Even if categorized as Psalms of lamentation, of faith, of liturgy, and others, they all praise God’s mercy and wisdom, which never fails us.
In fact, God’s love for his children is immense, and this love should be shared and exercised among us. Here are some Psalms that can help you connect with divine love and attract this pure feeling into your life.
Psalm 76: To conquer a full and carefree love
To love, to be loved and to live in the fullness of the purest feeling. Psalm 76 speaks precisely about the existence of a special being, capable of providing a full and light path to those who share his company.
By quoting the “bold of heart,” we have an allusion to the self-confident, enthusiastic, and charismatic who, moved by divine wisdom, become faithful and blessed servants.
“Known is God in Judah, great is his name in Israel. In Salem is his tent, and his dwelling place in Zion.
There he has broken the arrows of the bow, the shield, the sword, and the war. Glorious are you, more majestic than the eternal mountains.
The bold in heart were despoiled; they slept their last sleep; none of the men of strength could use their hands.
At thy rebuke, O God of Jacob, horsemen and horses were stretched senseless. Thou, even thou, art terrible: and who shall stand in thy sight when thou art angry?
Thou hast caused thy judgment to be heard from heaven; the earth trembled, and stood still, when God arose to judge, to save all the meek of the earth.
Surely the wrath of man shall be turned to thy praise, and thou shalt gird thyself with the rest of the wrath.
Make vows, and pay them to the Lord your God; let those around him bring gifts to him who is to be feared. He shall reap the spirit of princes; he is tremendous toward the kings of the earth.”
Psalm 12: For Finding Understanding in Life Together
Teaching us about hope and faith in the face of evil onslaughts, Psalm 12 renews, reveals solutions, and offers help in times of need.
In this Psalm, we see that David goes through an experience filled with isolation and depression. Yet it teaches that even in the face of moments where the dark night overshadows the light, hope should dawn, revealing a new day.
“Save us, O Lord, for good men are lacking; for there are few faithful among the sons of men.
Every one speaks falsely to his neighbor; they speak with flattering lips and a bent heart. The Lord will cut off all flattering lips and the tongue that speaks proudly. For they say, ‘With our tongue we shall prevail; our lips are ours; who is Lord over us?’
For the oppression of the poor, for the groaning of the needy I will now arise, says the Lord; I will save him for whom they blow.
The words of the Lord are pure words, like silver refined in a furnace of clay, purified seven times. You will keep them, O Lord; You will deliver them from this generation forever. The wicked walk everywhere, when the vilest of the sons of men are exalted.”
Psalm 7: to ward off the energies that impede happiness in love
Offering protection and warding off the envy that hinders happiness, Psalm 7 is very suitable for dissolving any negative energies that are obstructing the paths of life together.
Purifying and establishing barriers against those who wish evil, these are words that eliminate the torments of the soul, promoting more moments of peace and harmony between the couple and the family. As you seek refuge in the arms of the Lord, receive the care and shield of the One who saves the pure in heart.
“Lord my God, in you I trust; save me from all who persecute me, and deliver me; lest he snatch my soul like a lion, cutting it asunder, and there be none to deliver.
Lord my God, if I have done this, if there is wickedness on my hands. If I have repaid with evil him who had peace with me (rather, I have delivered him who oppressed me without cause), let the enemy pursue after my soul and overtake it; let him trample my life under foot upon the earth, and let him reduce my glory to dust.
Arise, O Lord, in thine anger; be thou exalted because of the wrath of mine oppressors; and awake for me to the judgment which thou hast commanded. Thus shall the gathering of peoples surround thee: because of them therefore turn thee on high.
The LORD shall judge the people: judge me, O LORD, according to my righteousness, and according to the integrity that is in me. Let the wickedness of the wicked come to an end, but let the righteous be established; for you, O righteous God, test hearts and minds.
My shield is from God, who saves the upright in heart. God is a righteous judge, a God who is angry every day. If man does not repent, God will sharpen his sword; he has bent his bow and made ready. And he has prepared for him deadly weapons; and he will put his flaming arrows into action against the persecutors.
Behold, he is in the pains of perverseness; he hath devised travail, and brought forth lies. He hath digged a pit, and made it deep, and fallen into the pit that he hath made.
His work shall fall on his head; and his violence shall come down upon his own head. I will praise the Lord according to his righteousness, and sing praises to the name of the Lord Most High.”
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