Day 10: He is For Us!

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3 thoughts on “Day 10: He is For Us!”

  1. Amen! Amen! Susan, you said it all so clearly! It truly does come down to the PERSEPECTIVE that we have. I loved your statement: “When we are grounded in the truth of who God is, we can come through the waves and breakers that wash over us and stand again.” Oh, may the goal of the Church, in these days that we have left, be to know Him, His character, and His ways!
    Just giving you fair warning, Susan, you are on my list to quote from, since you say it better than I do! I hope you don’t mind. : )

    1. Eleanor, thank you for your encouragement. You are welcome to quote because the words are only as God gives. To Him be all glory, honor and praise!

  2. Susan, this post is so timely. At our senior’s prayer meeting yesterday, the speaker for the meeting was reading and teaching from Psalm 37 which speaks about trusting God and waiting expectantly for God to prepare a way when there seems to be no way! The words of God in Psalm 37:23-24 mean so much to me. “A man’s steps are established by the LORD, and He takes pleasure in his way. Though he falls, he will not be overwhelmed; because the LORD holds his hand. Jesus Christ is our anchor in the storms of life. The Lord sometimes gives me reassurance by speaking into my heart words that I write as a poem such as these words: Father, your promises are true; I know I can count on You, Help me as I stumble across the rocky paths of life, Secure me; set my feet on solid ground. Lord, I know You are my firm foundation, No superior Anchor can be found. Sometimes I feel as if I’m sinking fast…but I know my hand is in Your clasp. Thank you, Father, for your constant, unfailing love and faithfulness, You heard my cry and once again I’m in your loving embrace! Time and time again, You extend Your mercy and grace. How marvelous and loving You are to me! I may not understand the reason things happen as they do, but this I know…I need You every hour and from You I will never cower. I know my sure foundation is found in You! So whatever this life may bring, I will praise and trust in You! I printed this poem out and gave it to a friend that is having some serious health issues and I pray that she will be encouraged by this poem. Thank you for your post today. Oh, I almost forgot to mention the name of my poem is “Why?”; so your questions above seem to be so relevant to the poem that the Lord gave me this week.

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