Alone with God
Read Psalm 91:1-16
Published: Feb 22, 2017
How can anyone escape fear when everything fearful streams into daily life through televisions, computers, and cell phones? Is there a voice that can quiet fear and calm the heart? Yes, but to hear His voice, other voices must be silenced.
“Because he loves me,” says the Lord, “I will rescue him; I will protect him, for he acknowledges my name. He will call on me, and I will answer him; I will be with him in trouble, I will deliver him and honor him” (Psalm 91:14–15).
Noise disquiets the soul. It masquerades as life and leaves in its wake fear. The psalmist discovered the secret of sheltering in God’s shadow. His peace was with God. To draw near to God, he stepped away from the noise of the world. God promised that the writer’s love and trust in Him would not be disappointed. “Call on Me and I will answer,” says the Lord. “I will be with you in your time of need.” Words like these quiet the chaos of the soul and give courage to conquer every fear.
Challenge for Today: Take time to shut out the world and be alone with God.
Quicklook: Psalm 91:9–16
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