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2022 08 19

Good morning.

I, Mike, read an interesting post on one of the you version daily readings recently. It is a timely reminder of Who is for us.

The Lord is for me, so I will have no fear. What can mere people do to me? Psalm 118:6 NLT

If only we really believed this, right? We want to believe it. We try to believe it. We will ourselves to believe it. But we can get so frightened about what people, things, and circumstances around us can do to us that we forget Who is for us.

• The Maker of Heaven and Earth is for us. (Psalm 146:6)

• The King of Glory is for us. (Psalm 24:8)

• The Sovereign Lord is for us. (Psalm 68:19-20)

• The Most High is for us. (Psalm 91:1)

• Our Compassionate Lord is for us. (Psalm 116:5)

• The Prince of Peace is for us. (Isaiah 9:6)

• The Healer is for us. (Psalm 147:3)

• Our Unchanging Father is for us. (James 1:17)

When we remember who God is and what He’s done, we’ll be more likely to walk with hope when things are threatening to overwhelm us.

Remember, God hasn’t given us a spirit of fear. He’s given us love, power, and a sound mind. (2 Timothy 1:7)


Mike and Daphne

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