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Psalm 100:3 - For Mature Believers

Psalm 100:3 reads, "Know that the Lord, He is God; It is He who has made us, and not we ourselves; We are His people and the sheep of His pasture." remind us that we depend:

1. **"Know that the Lord, He is God"**: This is an affirmation of the sovereignty and uniqueness of God. It is a call to recognize and remember that only one God exists.

As mature believers, we must continually remind ourselves of this essential truth, despite how long we have been in the faith. It's foundational, and all other understandings hinge on this.

2. **"It is He who has made us, and not we ourselves"**: This part speaks to our creation and identity. We are not self-made or self-sufficient. We owe our existence to God, our Creator.

This must humble us and reminds us that we are dependent on God, not just for Physical life, but for Spiritual life as well. God is the source of our being and our purpose.

Mature believers should be reminded that their worth, identity, and purpose are intrinsically linked to God. It also means acknowledging that we can't earn our Salvation or make ourselves righteous - it's God's work in us.

3. **"We are His people and the sheep of His pasture"**: The final part signifies our relationship with God - we are His people, and He is our Shepherd. The shepherd-sheep imagery is profoundly relational and protective. The shepherd guides, protects, and nurtures the sheep.

As His sheep, we are called to follow and trust Him. As mature believers, we should understand the depth of this relationship - the intimate care, the guidance, the protection, and the constant provision that comes from God. It also points to the community aspect of our faith - we are His people, "together," not alone.

Each component of this verse is essential for a mature believer to understand Deeply and live out Daily.

It grounds us in the fundamental truths of our Faith - God's sovereignty, reliance on Him, and intimate relationship with Him. It is not just knowledge to be understood but a reality to be lived.

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