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4 edition of Finding Refuge in the Word of God found in the catalog.

Finding Refuge in the Word of God

by Pauline White

  • 135 Want to read
  • 39 Currently reading

Published by PublishAmerica .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion: general,
  • Religion / General,
  • Religion / Inspirational,
  • Religion,
  • Inspirational

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11856822M
    ISBN 101424194113
    ISBN 109781424194117
    OCLC/WorldCa618363846

      the God of Jacob is our refuge. [b or fortress] Selah (vss. ) Praying with this psalm as it calls me to think about who God is and what he has done has the effect of drawing me into God’s strong arms. He provides a safe refuge regardless of the storm outside. God speaks to my heart from the psalm: “Be still, and know that I am God.   As we become more aware of God’s ever-presence, realizing that “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble” (Psalms ), we find a deeper sense of refuge and : Georgia Bulloch.

    The finding, reported Thursday in should never try to hide from God, but we should always try to hide in God. His name, His presence, His shadow, and His word are all places of refuge to the child of God. Solomon wrote, “The name of the Lord is a strong tower. The righteous run to it and are safe,” and David said, “Because You have. David's Life of Finding Refuge (19 of 29) Series: Christ Our Refuge John Barnett Sometimes it's good to pull over and look at the map. Just to see where you are, where you're headed, and how far you have come. This morning we are on a wonderful journey finding all .

    Choose from a wide variety of Bible study topics on the Book of Psalms. The Psalms Bible study topics are designed to assist you in your quest for concise Biblical themes. You will find the Psalms Bible study topics alphabetized, so simply click below on a link of interest to explore the Book of Psalms. PORTLAND, Ore. – Late one cold and windy winter night when he was a boy, Som Nath Subedi felt his father pour icy water over his head. Subedi asked his father why he had done this. “When my father answered, he told me that he couldn’t sleep, that he was tired, hurting so much and feeling so oppressed from being forced from his country,” Subedi said. He and his family lived for 20 years.


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Finding Refuge in the Word of God by Pauline White Download PDF EPUB FB2

God is our refuge and strength, A very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, though the earth should change And though the mountains slip into the heart of the sea; Though its waters roar and foam, Though the mountains quake at its swelling pride. Selah. Living Word Refuge May 20 at PM Psalm [ BOOK FIVE ] [ Psalms – ] [ Thanksgiving to the Lord for His Great Works of Deliverance ] Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for He is good!Followers:   Finding Refuge: A Year in His Story is a reading plan to help readers journey through the Bible in a year: 44 weeks of Bible reading and 8 weeks of restful reflection.

The plan includes devotional writings from Jodie, as your traveling companion through His Word, that share aspects of her life, her marriage and children, and how God is faithful 5/5(56).

Question: "How is God our refuge?" Answer: What does the word refuge make you think of. Maybe an imposing building with locks on the doors, maybe a thick-walled fortress, or perhaps something as simple as a canopy to keep you dry in a rainstorm.

Whatever picture comes to mind, it can be agreed that a refuge is a safe place. The name Peter occurs times in God’s Word. All that to say that, the most talked about, the most portrayed, the most described example for us in all of God’s Word is-David.

So it would be good to stop and get the big picture of his life as recorded in God’s Word all over again. This newly collected volume will show how finding refuge in God is always our safest place. Shelter in God offers hope in a time of uncertainty and relief to people who are experiencing real troubles and fear.

Jeremiah brings a message of strength from the priceless counsel of the Word of :   But taking refuge in God also goes a step further: it means living a life of holiness in this chaotic world, completely devoted to God. In Christ, God’s people really can perform the “righteous deeds” that God loves, even when “the foundations are destroyed” (Psalm ) and.

For God to be my refuge means I see Him as my portion, my inheritance, my prize. It means I am seeking Him as my all-satisfying Treasure.

Putting This Together. These passages convinced me. Taking refuge in God means seeking and finding my joy in God. Here’s how this works. Let’s say I’m seeking my joy in money. Finding refuge in God is a far cry from a call to a monastic life. Rather, it is a needed respite for a life engaged in reaching out to the world for the sake of the Gospel.

Reading the words of David in chapter 9, it quickly becomes apparent that he was engaging the enemy while depending on receiving the strength from God to do battle. Finding Refuge: A Year in His Story is a reading plan to help readers journey through the Bible in a year: 44 weeks of Bible reading and 8 weeks of restful reflection.

The plan includes devotional writings from Jodie, as your traveling companion through His Word, that share aspects of her life, her marriage and children, and how God is faithful 5/5(56).

God’s Word has given me strength to persevere. The Book of Psalms has given me hope, inspiration, and assurance of God’s eternal love. Psalm 46 has been particularly meaningful. God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble. Draw into the quiet, and let best-selling author Dr.

David Jeremiah lead you toward God’s refuge of peace and holiness every day of the year. The devotionals will encourage your heart and bring God’s Word into proper focus for handling life’s circumstances, ranging from adversity and difficulty to the daily distractions that compete 5/5(1).

If we are truly seeking to know God and ourselves, we must dig in. Author Jodie Montgomery begins her new book, Finding Refuge: A Year in His Story, by describing herself as an "anorexic" Christian; a Christian that was living on barely enough scriptural nourishment to even feel secure in her own Finding Refuge: A Year in His Story Reading the 5/5(1).

Finding Refuge in God’s Presence — A Sermon for Lent 1C (Psalm 91) The prayers and songs that make up the Book of Psalms speak to our deepest concerns. They allow us to sing from the heart to God, offering words of praise, thanksgiving, lament, and even anger with God. Central Woodward Christian Church is a Disciples of Christ.

With earthly bodies tethered to soil we honor our elected officials; with heavenly souls anchored in Christ we run to his Word to find our refuge and strength.

Psalm"For God alone, O my soul, wait in silence, for my hope is from him. He only is my rock and my salvation, my fortress; I. Written during a difficult storm in Tami's own life, she uses what God told her during quiet times spent in His Word to craft a Bible study helpful to the individual or group trying to find refuge in life's storms.

Tami lives in New Hampshire with her husband Michael, their rescue dog Copper, and two cats. helps you tell kids about Jesus by providing age-appropriate Bible study material and Sunday School curriculum – all % free online.

We believe that God is the loving Father of all kids. It is HIS divine will that young people come to faith in Jesus Christ and find salvation through the Gospel and the work of the Holy Spirit to bring them to : Mimi Patrick.

Nancy: We come today again to chapter 2 in our study of the book of Ruth. The word that stands out to me from this chapter is the word refuge. We’re going to see that Ruth finds a refuge. The grace of God becomes her refuge even though she’s a widow—she’s a.

If we are truly seeking to know God and ourselves, we must dig in. Author Jodie Montgomery begins her new book, Finding Refuge: A Year in His Story, by describing herself as an "anorexic" Christian; a Christian that was living on barely enough scriptural nourishment to even feel secure in her own salvation.

The difference from “Let go let God” to ‘look within’ for the truth of your own direct experience with the Dharma, the natural law.

Thanks for reading. I currently facilitate Refuge Recovery meetings in San Francisco and Half Moon Bay California and am actively involved in Alcoholics Anonymous working with recovering addicts. to flee (for protection), seek refuge; to trust in, confide in, hope in is often used in the figurative sense of seeking spiritual refuge and putting trust in God.

(Key-Word, NIV ) I love the imagery of seeking refuge under God’s wings, but this beautiful picture meets reality with the definition, “putting trust in God.”. The second step into the Cave of Adullam, the place of refuge, is called Petition. Psalm 57 gives shelter through Petition (1). Listen to David’s cry: “Be merciful to me, O God, be merciful to me, for in you my soul takes refuge; in the shadow of your wings I will take refuge, till the storms of destruction pass by.” What a magnificent line!Hebrews Thus God, determining to show more abundantly to the heirs of promise the immutability of His counsel, confirmed it by an oath, 18 that by two immutable things, in which it is impossible for God to lie, we might have strong consolation, who have fled for refuge to lay hold of the hope set before us.

19 This hope we have as an.