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The God of my strength, in whom I will trust; My shield and the horn of my salvation, My stronghold and my refuge; My Savior, You save me from violence. 2 Samuel 22:3

David brought great revelations for us to utilize the potential God has placed in our midst, the Holy Spirit being the Guarantor of all this and the executor we need to have the abundant life in Christ. You can understand that God let him go through many problems, but saved him from violence. Was this not the case with Job, who was sincere, upright, and God-fearing? He said, Though He slay me, yet will I trust Him. (Job 13:15).

To the king of Israel, the Lord was a rock, so he could take refuge in Him against the struggles of the world. Those who have no understanding will go through unpleasant situations; because the enemy, when investing against their life, will not find them steadfast in faith, and their fall will be inevitable. The revelations of the Holy Spirit come to deliver us from the attacks of darkness.

He who believes in God trembles at nothing. Confidence in Him strengthens us to defeat the enemy. By relying on the Creator, you are empowered to undo satanic strategies. If you trust in the Lord at all times, you will not be afraid of the devil or his wiles.

To David, it didn’t matter how big the enemy was or what weapon he would use to attack him, for his Shield would guard him. You see, our shield was not made by the Lord, which would be good enough, but it is God Himself. As you can imagine, the person who has the Almighty as his protection is never defeated. But those who do not believe in this way will never invoke Him at the time of trial.

The son of Jesse said that the Most High was the strength of his salvation. What an understanding this shepherd had! By the Lord, the young shepherd faced a lion and a bear, and killed them. Things were easy for David, because he trusted the Lord as his stronghold when there seemed no way to escape. Pray to have that power working in your favor. What the Creator did for David will do for you.

When it seemed that the enemy was winning the battle, the king of Israel cried for the Lord to be his strong refuge, and He came to help him in such a way that the accuser lost sight of him. In the same way we must act; after all, the Father helps His own. The Lord is to you according to your faith as long as such trust is grounded in some biblical statement. Therefore, when you are in danger, believe in God.

Take refuge in the teachings of the Word. So when the threats pass, you will say that the Almighty was your Refuge. Do not doubt it: Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever (Hebrews 13: 8).

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Lord, our Savior! The statement I make that the deliverance you work on is almost complete is based on the fact that you let some pressure come upon us. In this way we remember that You love and keep us.

For every temptation, you send the escape. You do not leave us in the hands of the enemy, despite the anguish we feel. Thank you for being a Father who loves and fights for your children. Everything you were to David is to us.

Paul prayed three times that You would deliver him from the persecuting thorn in his flesh and from the buffets he was suffering, but that was so that he would not  exalt himself. You have treated us alike. Therefore, at Your feet, we plead for Your grace.


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and Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat sons and daughters.
(Genesis 11:23)


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