My God

This I declare about the LORD: He alone is my refuge, my place of safety; he is my God, and I trust him.
Psalms 91:2 (NLT)

Where do you go to escape? Life is full of pressures. Relationships, finances, health, our career, it is easy to become overwhelmed with stress. Then there is the inward battle. Our emotions run us ragged. Anger, sadness, fear and disgust seem to take their turn in dominating our thinking. We find ourself getting stuck in people pleasing, codependency, minimizing, maximizing and any one of hundreds of mind games. What can we do? Where can we go to ward off this onslaught against us? The Psalmist went to God. He declared that the Lord alone was his refuge. God was that place of safety that He needed. He declared that God was his God and he could trust Him. That personal acceptance is what made the difference. It was his God. It was his place of refuge. It was his place of safety. Today, you too can make it personal. Acknowledge Him as your Lord God. Accept His as your refuge. Find your place of safety by knowing Him in a deep personal way. As you develop your relationship with Him, you too will find that trusting Him will be the end result.

Dear Father, my Father. I need You and want You to be my refuge and place of safety. Help me to know You in a more deeper and profound way so I too can say, “You are my God and I trust You!”


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