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Transitional Friday: Psalms 121:7-8–The Lord Will Protect Us

Transitional Friday: Psalms 121:7-8–The Lord Will Protect Us

Last week, we discussed God’s protection as we watches over us.  This week we are again reminded of this promise. 7 The Lord will keep you from all harm— The Lord will watch over and protect His children from harm.  As we discussed last week, both known harm and unknown harm.  I personally can think of several harmful situations God has protected me from.     he will watch over your life; God doesn’t just watch over us for an hour or a day and…

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Transitional Friday: Psalms 121:5-6–The Lord Watches Over You

Transitional Friday: Psalms 121:5-6–The Lord Watches Over You

Last week, we discussed how God will not let us fall 5 The Lord watches over you— The dictionary describes watches as “”to be alertly on the lookout, look attentively, or observe, as tosee what comes, is done, or happens” the Lord is your shade at your right hand; under God’s shade we can sit in his delight and assurance.  God is always near his people for their protection and refreshment. The right hand is the working hand and God wants His people to do their duty.  When we do as God ask, He will give us success. 6 the sun will not harm you…

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Transitional Friday: Psalms 121:3-4–God Will Watch Over Us

Transitional Friday: Psalms 121:3-4–God Will Watch Over Us

I have often wanted to do things my way, instead of seeking God’s will.  Last week, we looked at where God reminded us to look unto the hills for His help.   I’m a rebel that has been redeemed.  Today’s verse is a reminder of why we need to trust in God. 3 He will not let your foot slip— If we put our trust in Him and allow God to guide, He will not allow us to fall. he who…

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Transitional Friday: Psalms 121:1-2–I Will Lift My Eyes to the Hills

Transitional Friday: Psalms 121:1-2–I Will Lift My Eyes to the Hills

My life has felt like one long transition at times.   This has been particularly true for the last few years, as I deal with changes and seek God’s will in various situations. This month I would like to take an in-depth look at one of my favorite Psalm.  I often turn to this verse for both guidance and comfort. 1 I lift up my eyes to the mountains— The Bible takes place in the modern day Middle East.  During the Bible…

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