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Psalm 91 is a Bible passage with deep and personal meaning for me. It reads: “Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, ‘He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust’“ (Ps. 91:1–2, NIV). But what does it mean to live in the shelter of God’s care?
King Solomon was known for his wisdom and fair judgments. In one famous story, two women appeared before him, each claiming to be the mother of a baby.
“It is fun but challenging to have the steering wheel on the wrong side!” I exclaimed as I was driving down the motorway from London to Lutterworth through many roundabouts.
Editorial by Ruth Nino
Sometimes in life, God will have us accomplish something that, in our eyes, seems humanly impossible, yet in His eyes, more than possible. In Exodus, God sent Moses to Pharaoh to bring His people out of Egypt. Not prepared for the task, Moses asked God, “Who am I that I should go to Pharaoh?” (3:11, NIV).
Does knowing how a story ends spark an interest in reading a book from cover to cover to discover why it ends the way it does? If not, what if we are referring to the Book?
As I read Jesus’ words in John 14:1, “Let not your heart be troubled” (NKJV), I cannot stop thinking about my 2-year-old granddaughter, Catalina, who was recently diagnosed with leukemia.
When I was young, my home life was difficult. My parents weren’t spiritual, nor did they have a religious affiliation. Longing for something I felt was lacking, I was curious about God’s existence. One day, my neighbor invited me to VBS.
The Lord commands us to arise from the spiritual slumber and lukewarmness and to shine the light in our church community, neighborhoods and families.
Our winter baby was born in January on the coldest day of the year. She was 7 pounds, 11 ounces and 21 inches long. She had 10 fingers, 10 toes and thankfully only one nose. Her hair was soft and curly, and her skin against ours was tender and moist. And when she looked at us—her eyes wide with wonder—we melted.
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