You Shall Not Be Afraid from the Destruction that Lays Waste at Noonday – Psalm 91:6b

I love this picture.  Just as this gull is soaring in the heavens, we too are meant to soar above all the enemy's schemes without fear. This part of the verse shouts with praise to our God. "You shall not be afraid -- from the destruction that lays waste at noonday.” Psalm 91:6b Even though … Continue reading You Shall Not Be Afraid from the Destruction that Lays Waste at Noonday – Psalm 91:6b

You Shall Not Be Afraid of the Pestilence that Walks in Darkness Psalm 91:6a

Wow, here we go with the pestilence again -- twice in this psalm. They do get around and we are often caught unaware by their tactics. They pop out of nowhere and grab hold of our attention and our emotions. Once our ‘feelings’ are involved, it is more difficult to send them packing. Verses 5 … Continue reading You Shall Not Be Afraid of the Pestilence that Walks in Darkness Psalm 91:6a

God Has Feathers? Yes, He Does. Psalm 91:4

Good morning from the Secret Place. David wrote an interesting description of God's care when he wrote, "He shall cover you with His feathers" Psalm 91:4a. When I first read this piece, the immediate question was, “How can God have feathers? What on earth is He talking about?” Down filled jackets and comforters are the … Continue reading God Has Feathers? Yes, He Does. Psalm 91:4

What’s the Difference Between My Refuge and My Fortress? Psalm 91:2b

David wrote I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress; my God, in Him I will trust.”  Psalm 91:2b If the LORD is our Refuge and our Fortress does 'Refuge and Fortress,' what does that mean and how are they different? REFUGE-- In my mind’s eye, I see a formidable … Continue reading What’s the Difference Between My Refuge and My Fortress? Psalm 91:2b