Be Protected by Beth Auman

Abba tells us in Proverbs 4:7 that Wisdom is the primary thing. To get Wisdom and with all of our getting to get understanding.

It seems that in this world many are following after Proverbs 14:12 rather than Proverbs 4:7.

Men are walking right down the path that seems right to them, but it’s end is the way of death.

If you are searching and want to find out how do walk on Abba’s well lit path for your life then you must receive the Wisdom and Revelation that Psalm 91 offers to you. Stop walking down the path that seems right to you and take refuge in the shelter of The Most High God. Be safe in the Shadow of the Almighty and remain there. He is your mighty fortress and you must place all of your trust in Him.

Learn how to remain under the shadow of His wings, allow Him to protect you and form a shield around you. He is a rock-solid wall and He will provide for you.

He is always there and always willing to protect us. No one can remove us from His hand. We have a choice to dwell (live) in His protection or not to. Even this Free Will is a gift from Him.  That is the Truth.

Please take a few moments and read Psalm 91 out loud as many times as it takes for you to dwell there and never leave. Find your place in Him and allow Him to provide for and protect you beginning today.

Jesus is Lord and He Loves you with His never changing, everlasting Love. Please receive Him as your Lord today and dwell from this day forward in the Shelter of the Most High. Amen and Amen

 

Proverbs 4:7 (KJV) Wisdom is the principal thing; therefore get wisdom: and with all thy getting get understanding.

Proverbs 14:12 (NASB)12 There is a way which seems right to a man, But its end is the way of death.

Psalm 119:105 (NASB) Nun.

105 Your word is a lamp to my feet And a light to my path.

Psalm 91 Voice

He who takes refuge in the shelter of the Most High
    will be safe in the shadow of the Almighty.
He will say to the Eternal, “My shelter, my mighty fortress,
    my God, I place all my trust in You.”
For He will rescue you from the snares set by your enemies who entrap you
    and from deadly plagues.
Like a bird protecting its young, God will cover you with His feathers,
    will protect you under His great wings;
    His faithfulness will form a shield around you, a rock-solid wall to protect you.

Psalm 91 is a beautiful psalm of trust in God. But how does God take care of all His people, all at the same time? Well, keep reading because Psalm 91 is one of just a few places in Scripture that describe what we might call “guardian angels” (Exodus 23:20; Psalm 43:3). Though rare, these passages teach that God is not alone in maintaining and protecting His creation and His people. He has made a host of heavenly messengers ready to do His bidding, and His bidding is often to guard His people throughout their lives and protect them—sometimes from dangers they are not even aware of.

You will not dread the terrors that haunt the night
    or enemy arrows that fly in the day
Or the plagues that lurk in darkness
    or the disasters that wreak havoc at noon.

A thousand may fall on your left,
    ten thousand may die on your right,
    but these horrors won’t come near you.
Only your eyes will witness
    the punishment that awaits the evil,
    but you will not suffer because of it.

For you made the Eternal [your][a] refuge,
    the Most High your only home.
10 No evil will come to you;
    plagues will be turned away at your door.

11 He will command His heavenly messengers to guard you,
    to keep you safe in every way.
12 They will hold you up in their hands
    so that you will not crash, or fall, or even graze your foot on a stone.[b]
13 You will walk on the lion and the cobra;
    you will trample the lion and the serpent underfoot.

14 “Because he clings to Me in love,
    I will rescue him from harm;
    I will set him above danger.
Because he has known Me by name,
15 He will call on Me, and I will answer.
    I’ll be with him through hard times;
    I’ll rescue him and grant him honor.
16 I’ll reward him with many good years on this earth
    and let him witness My salvation.”

Footnotes:

  1. Psalm 91:9" href="https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ps+91&version=VOICE#en-VOICE-14809">91:9 Hebrew manuscripts read, “who is my.”
  2. Psalm 91:12" href="https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=ps+91&version=VOICE#en-VOICE-14812">91:11–12 Matthew 4:6; Luke 4:10–11

 

Love Beyond Measure – Beth Auman