Those who live in the shelter of the Most High will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty. (‭Psalms‬ ‭91‬:‭1‬ NLT)

God’s protection in the midst of danger. God doesn’t promise a world free from danger, but he does promise his help whenever we face danger.
God is a shelter, a refuge when we are afraid. The writer’s faith in the Almighty God as Protector would carry him through all the dangers and fears of life. This should be a picture of our trust—trading all our fears for faith in him, no matter how intense our fears. To do this we must “live” and “rest” with him (91:1). By entrusting ourselves to his protection and pledging our daily devotion to him, we will be kept safe.
I have said this many times. “Who do we call on in our darkest moment?”
I know a young man, I am not judging. His parents are wealthy. i know what you are thinking that means nothing, you are right. Well this young boy is on a path of self distraction, he has made many and still is making wrong choices in life. His choices have caused his parents to lie to get him into a school. They got caught out and there does not seem to be a school that wants to accept him. My prayers are how long is he and his parents gonna make the wrong choices? Where will it end up death or jail? Self distraction. His mother talks to the Angels for guidance and comfort, which clearly is not working. She actually acknowledges God. So I ask myself,why not trust God for help? Maybe they have not reached that darkest point yet.
The solution? Well just read this scripture again, God offers all!.
“ Lord I pray for this young man that he will find your way. Holy Spirit touch him so that he can see the way. In Jesus name I pray. Amen”


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