Watching hurricane Maria destroy parts of the West Indies, and earthquakes decimate Mexico, the was “take refuge where ever you can”. My question to you today is — where do you take refuge when the storms of life come? Where do you go for comfort and safety? Some people find it easy to turn to their friends, their job, alcohol or even a bowl of ice cream. Before you turn to anything turn to God. He wants us to take refuge in Him. He longs to protect us, defend us and give us His . We serve a good God, and when we take refuge in Him, He pour out His abundant blessing in our lives.

Today, taste and see that is good, and His are true. When you turn to God, you will find rest and refuge for your in the Bible’s promises. Lean on Him when you’ not strong, no matter what storm you may be facing, come to the Father. He will give you His and strength as you take refuge in Him.

“Taste and see that the Lord is good! is the man who takes refuge in him!” 

(Psalm 34:8, ESV)

Pray With Me
Yahweh, today I open my heart to You, please be my refuge during my storms. Thank You for Your peace and rest, and for showing me Your hand of blessing as I take refuge in You. God, me today while I’m going through some hard times. I hold on to You with all I have, trusting in Your promises, in Jesus’ name! Amen.

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