Thursday, February 14, 2019

God Is With Her

Do you know that God is with? Do you know that He provides ways to keep you safe?

God is within her, she will not fall; God will help her at break of day.

Psalm 46:5 NIV 

It is my understanding that this verse is one that is taken out of context, a lot. I do want to state, up front, it is not my intention to do that. I only, ever, intend to share what the Lord has laid upon my heart to share.

Yes, I know this verse was written as a promise to God's people. He was in their midst and would not allow anything to prevail over them.

With all of my illnesses and all of the medications that I have to take, I deal with dizzy spells. I have talked to two different doctors about these spells, but neither of them were helpful.

She Will Not Fall

I have to be careful whenever I get up. Most of the time, I have to admit, I get up and instantly start moving. Then, all of a sudden, the dizziness hits me and I have to stop. If I am out and about, I have to find the closest place to sit down, and well, sit down.

It is not a pleasant feeling to have. I am "trying" to slow down. Trying to take my time upon standing to give everything a chance to catch up. However, I do not always remember.

Today's verse brings me comfort. It helps me to remember that God is always with me, just as He was with Jerusalem. He will not let me fall and He will be with me in the morning.

To me, this verse helps me to remember that He has provided a way to keep me safe. I need to slow down. I need to look for chairs close to the door. And, I have Tim with me who will catch me, if I fall :).

Let's Pray: 

Dear Father, 

Thank You for all that You do. Thank You for being everything for Your people, when they were under attack. Thank You for being with me. Thank You for providing ways to keep me safe so that I will not fall. Thank You for being with me in the morning. I praise You. In Jesus' name, Amen. 

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