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Refuge & Fortress

The above picture was taken at Ft. Stevens along the Oregon coast. I love visiting old forts. You can feel history oozing out of each bunker as you wander through them. I can imagine the men monitoring the ocean before them looking for signs of the enemy as they are sheltered within the thick walls of these buildings.

These bunkers will eventually crumble and fall because they are made of perishable materials. The shelter the Lord provides is imperishable. It’ll never crumble with age nor be able to be penetrated by the enemy. I pray today that you will read through this chapter in Psalms and soak in the truth of what the bible says about God and His protection.

Please read Psalm 91.


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Psalm 77

Are you hurting, struggling or troubled? I want to encourage you to remember what the Lord has done for you. How much He loves you, extended grace and mercy towards you and will walk beside you during this time.I will remember the deeds of the Lordyes, I will remember your wonders of old. I will ponder all your work, and meditate on your mighty deeds. Your way, O God, is holy. What god is great like our God? You are the God who works wonders; you have made known your might among the peoples” (Psalm 77:11-14).

Please read Psalm 77.

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Psalm 75

How are we doing with our Sunday reading? I hope it has been beneficial to you to read through the Psalms this past year. If you are newer to the Stillness blog don’t worry about the fact that we’re now on chapter 75. Just pick up where we’re at and read long with us.

Sometimes I find certain chapters in Psalms to be a bit confusing if I don’t know the history behind it. If you are thinking the same thing about this chapter feel free to read the story behind it in Isaiah 36-37.

Please read Psalm 75.