Connecting Columbia Union Seventh-day Adventists
- Year of the Bible
I cannot count the number of times this passage has helped me through turning points in my life.
There is certainly safety when we abide in the presence of God. Psalm 91 speaks of His protective love, and, for me, verse 14 encapsulates the promises of the chapter.
Jesus has the power to heal no matter the severity of the illness. Jesus can use anyone to bless another person who needs help.
The very weakest areas of our lives is where God is strongest.
Dressed in very humble clothes, rather ragged, with a tanned complexion and a wrinkled face, the poor, old man approached all those who parked on the church’s street, offering to watch their cars for a few coins. I will never forget this kind, old man and the lesson he taught me.
He brought this Psalm back to my memory at just the right moment, and my spirit was renewed just by reading it again.
This verse reminds me that I am not alone; He is with me, along with His angels.
Wow! What great friends the paralytic had. The friends brought him to Jesus, but the crowd was a barrier. Are we like the friends or the crowd?
I have a young friend who has been in jail for 15 years. God cares for him and grants second chances.
My approach to life is found in Matthew 6:25–34. I learned this, not by choice, but by circumstance.