Tuesday, September 28, 2010


So I was sitting down tonight to write a few encouraging letters to a(nother!) friend that is moving much too far away, but following God's direct plan for her family.  In one letter, I included only verses that have stuck with me over the years.  God's Word is ALL powerful and as I continue to learn and hide more in my heart, I continue to love Him even more!  Cara is also doing great in Awanas, and it's nice to be memorizing with her.  So, I thought I could start a short post on my blog once a week or so of a favorite verse and a memory associated with it.  This one's for you Aimee, I didn't include it in your letter:

Psalm 32:7  (ESV)

"You are a hiding place for me;

you preserve me from trouble;

you surround me with shouts of deliverance.

I memorized this verse in the very first women's bible study I went through at Kingsland in the spring of 2008.  It was a great study written by a counselor at our church, and it really helped me delve into some burdens I was holding onto in my life, as well as what generational sin is, and what I'd been claiming instead of releasing and asking forgiveness for!  I can't help but be amazed that the Creator of the universe is MY hiding place.  That I can always turn to Him when I'm in trouble and he will be (and always is) my rescue.  Praise you Jesus for that!

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The White Family said...

I didn't get a letter when I left! :-(

Oh well, you're getting me back soon, so no letters needed!!

Aims said...

Love the verse, friend! And LOVE having the letters. Am still saving them for those "dark" days.

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