OUR SAFE PLACE! – Proverbs 18:10 Devotional

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Proverbs 18:10 – Devotional

Proverbs 18:10

“The name of the LORD is a strong tower; the righteous run to it and are safe.

In the time of storms it is vital to have a safe place. When our family lived in places that were prone to severe storms, we had planned ahead where we were to go for maximum safety.

Prior preparations can often prevent destruction, injury, and even death. The essential element to provide safety is preparing a safe place while there is calm before the storm.

The spiritual realm is even of greater concern. In our physical life the storms appear and then pass over. In the spiritual realm we are facing an eternity that has glorious or horrific choices. It seems a no brainer to choose to go God’s way, but the enemy of our souls has blinded the eyes of the unsaved and filled their minds with lies and lures the lead to spiritual death.

In the midst of this sin sick world God offers a place of safety and security. This does not mean that we will be exempt from sickness, suffering and even physical death, but it does mean that we can receive assurance of our place of eternal safety! Pass the word to those who are still vulnerable to eternal destruction!

Blessings dear hearts. Draw near to God today, trust Him completely and be a blessing!

– – – Pastor Cecil

The Bible in One Year & Prayer

July 1st: 2 Kings 18:13-19:37, Acts 21:1-17, Psalm 149:1-9, and Proverbs 18:8

New Testament Scripture & Prayer

July 1st: Acts 21:1-17, Psalm 149:1-9, and Proverbs 18:8

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