“You are my cave to hide in, my cliff to climb. Be my safe leader, be my true mountain guide. Free me from hidden traps; I want to hide in you. I’ve put my life in your hands. You won’t drop me; you’ll never let me down. I hate all this silly religion, but you, God I trust.” Psalm 31: 3-6, The Message
Family, friends, circumstances and even our church may disappoint us, but we can rest assured that our God never will. I love the scripture above because it clearly states that when others fail us, God will never drop us or let us down. When we are unsure of which way to go, God is our travel guide and shelter from the storms of life.
If you are weary and tired today, I want to encourage you to give your circumstances and life completely to Jesus. We may never understand why we are forced to walk a treacherous path at this time, but you can rest assured that God will take care of you and everything that is on your heart and mind. The truth is, God cares more about you and your situation than you do! He is longing to be your safe leader and mountain guide. He knows just how to get you from point A to point B; all you have to do is ask for His help and He will show you the right path. God can give you His heavenly viewpoint and free you from hidden traps of the enemy. He is a cave that you can always run to for shelter.
I know that many of us are walking through personal struggles at this time, but I want you to be encouraged today my precious friends – Hold on, because your breakthrough and greatest hours are just ahead in Jesus Name!
“Lord, I choose to run to You today. I feel lost and alone and I need You to be my guide. Show me which way to go and give me the grace to walk out Your will for my life. I acknowledge that You are the One that I can always trust. You will never let me down and I run to You for help and wisdom this day. Amen.”
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