God Our Refuge

“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear though the earth gives way, though the mountains be moved into the heart of the sea” (Psalm 46:1-2)

God is out hiding place our refuge and our strength, he is our our help in any kind of trouble we shall not be afraid the earth give way, thought the biggest mountains be moved into the center of the wide oceans.


More than Good Luck – Psalm 46:1-2

Tuesday February 23

More than Good Luck – Psalm 46:1-2 (KJV)

“God is our Refuge and Strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, even though the earth be removed and the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea.”

Baptism is the best thing that has ever happened to us.

Baptism is not a good luck charm that makes life easy for us, but it surrounds us with God’s abundant grace for the challenging and changing times in life. It gives meaning to: “Yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil, for Thou art with me, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.” And, “God is our Refuge and Strength, a very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, even though the earth be removed and the mountains fall into the midst of the sea.”

Baptized for our own personal journeys through life with all its pains, problems, and pitfalls, we are surrounded by God’s grace. We probably will not understand all that comes our way, or all we pass through, but we do believe and find that His grace is sufficient for us through Jesus our Savior, and God will give joy and peace to us in our believing. So we move on, ready for life and ready for death, secure in the wonderful surrounding grace of God.

Baptism is the best thing that has ever happened to us.

Lord Jesus,

This Lenten season we again thank you for sharing in our life that we might share in Your gift of new and eternal life. Help us move through our times of doubt and unbelief.

Amen.

Rev. Layton L. Lemke, Former Board Member and Volunteer – NYA, Minnesota

What Does Psalm 46:1 Mean? ►

{To the chief Musician for the sons of Korah, A Song upon Alamoth.} God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.

Psalm 46:1(KJV)

Verse Thoughts

Our God is a strong shelter and a rock of refuge in Whom we can hide during the storms and difficulties of life. He is our tower of strength, our firm fortress and our secure stronghold to Whom we can run for protection and safety in an increasingly Christ-rejecting, God-denying anti-Semitic and anti-Christian world.

But no matter how the nations rage and war against the Lord and His children we have His unfailing assurance that the Lord of hosts is with us and will never leave us nor forsake us – and the God of Jacob is our rock of refuge, our safe stronghold and our ever present help in time of trouble.

As His children we are called to fear not, for Christ has won the final victory and we are assured that His triumph is credited to us as well.

The shelter that He affords is not to indulge or pamper us but to reassure us, strengthen us and enable us to stand fast in the evil day – and having done all to stand.. as the spiritual battle between our righteous God and Satan’s wicked forces, continues to rage throughout the godless nations of the world.

Let us be still and KNOW that God is our refuge, our strength and our ever-present help in time of need.

Never let us forget that the Lord of Hosts IS still with us the God of Jacob IS still our refuge.

Source: https://dailyverse.knowing-jesus.com/psalm-46-1

Author: J. Palmer

Living under the wings of God and the angels around me keeping me going and safe. Sharing the love of Christ.

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