Say To The Lord, “My God, In whom I trust!”
Today’s Word of Encouragement From Wayne:
“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 and my fortress, My God, in whom I trust!”
I’ve been sharing for the past three days about the great and effectual blessing in our lives that we receive when we enter “the shelter of the Most High” to minister to our Lord and confess, in His presence, Who God is to us.
Praise God! He is our refuge. He is our fortress. He is “My God.” Bless the name of the Lord!
The more we confess these truths, the more we align and confirm our innermost being with God’s divine truth concerning Himself.
What a blessing it is to enter God’s presence as His Own priest.
What a blessing it is to be with our God and confess, in His presence, Who He is to us.
What a blessing it is to be built up in the very truths we confess about our Lord in His presence.
This is how God strengthens us in our praises to Him.
However, the ultimate confession, after extolling your loving Lord’s marvelous attributes to Him in His presence, the confession that truly blesses God is when you say, “My God, in whom I trust.”
Yes, bless your Lord for Who He is today, and then tell your loving Abba Father that you trust Him!
“Yes Lord, I trust You completely. You are so good to me, better than even I know. Oh God, I love You. You are my life. I trust You.”
Yes, say this, then truly TRUST God, and receive the constant flow of peace, grace, joy, and comfort that are fully yours as you fully trust God with your life.
Enter His presence as His New Covenant priest this day, say to your Lord, “My God, in whom I trust,” and let the peace of Christ joyfully reign in your heart, the peace that comes from being at rest with the One Whom you trust. Hallelujah!
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