Say To The Lord, “My refuge”

Today’s Word of Encouragement From Wayne:

Say To The Lord, “My refuge”

“He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the almighty. I will say to the Lord, “My refuge”

Psalm 91:1-2

Here is something valuable that the Word of God encourages us to do; enter the presence of God and then verbally confess to God Who He is to you!

Confess to your Lord, “My refuge.”

Every time you confess to God that He is your refuge, you confirm this truth to your innermost being, thus strengthening yourself in this truth, and reality, that God is indeed your refuge.

In the shelter of the Most High, there is a refuge for us, a place where we are fully alive and free as a spiritual being, receiving all the rest, tranquility, and renewal that a refuge provides.

Yes, the Lord Himself is our refuge.

The more you confess to God in His presence that He indeed is “My refuge,” the more you will be enabled to actually access the refuge of God in your daily life.

Draw near to His presence today, to minister to Him, and say to the Lord, “My refuge.”

As always, we are the ones being divinely blessed whenever we draw near to our Lord in His presence to bless His holy name and confess Who He is, now and forever, to us. Yes Lord, “I will say to the Lord, ‘My refuge.’”Hallelujah!

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