A precious word of encouragement from the Lord to me this morning (7/21/14)…sharing a portion of it for someone else who also needs it! ❤

“The joy of our fellowship is as much a joy to Me, My dear one. You delight My heart with your earnest desire for Me. So often you’ve looked at your own performance as the measuring stick of your worthiness…that is not My way. I see you clothed in the righteous robes of My Son, Jesus, and being clothed like Him, you bear His resemblance…..Keep your gaze upon Me always. Peter sank beneath the waves when he looked away from My gaze. On way to churchTo look at the storm is never necessary–keep your gaze locked on Me in complete trust and certainty of My care for you. I will never let the waves overtake you. You and I shall sail the calmest seas through the winds may be howling around you. You are safe here in the shelter of My wings, where no evil or trouble can touch you. And as the storm crashes, you can lie down in perfect rest and sleep, for no worried thought can capture the mind set on Me.”

Psalm 27:1 “The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid…”

Psalm 91:1 (I call this God’s 9-1-1) “He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall remain stable and fixed under the shadow of the Almighty, Whose power no foe can withstand.” (AMP)

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