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“You are my refuge and my shield; I have put my hope in your word.”  Psalm 119:114


Thought

Where can we go to remain secure from the onslaught of bad ideas, evil influences, and false hopes? We can go to God and his Word. While people can be disloyal and misguided, God’s love is proven through history and through Jesus and his truth stands forever.

Prayer

Almighty God, you alone are trustworthy. You keep your word and fulfill your promises. Forgive me when I trust my own insight and the wisdom of others rather than seeking your will in your Word. Please give me your wisdom as I seek your will in your Word. In the name of Jesus, your ultimate Word, I pray. Amen.

By Phil Ware
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From http://www.heartlight.or

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Further Reading

•   How to Experience God’s Love and Forgiveness (3 parts)

•  Hope for the Hopeless

•  Salvation Explained


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Let us move with trusting hearts into the lush green meadow of God’s will. Let us graze upon the promises that keep our souls from want. Let us listen to the voice of the Shepherd who never speaks an uncaring word. Let us drink of the waters that quench our deepest thirst. Let us simply and peacefully walk upon the pathway of good things. Let us be refreshed within the resting places that He prepares for us along the way.

The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want.
He makes me to lie down in green pastures;
He leads me beside the still waters.
He restores my soul;
He leads me in the paths of righteousness for His name’s sake
Psalm 23:1-3.

Lord, I don’t know what will happen, and I don’t know what will be…But teach me to live each moment, with a heart that’s worry free!

By Roy Lessin
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