I will say to the Lord, “My refuge and my fortress, My God, in whom I trust!”
Notice the words “I will say…?” circle the word “say” in your Bible, because we must learn to verbalize our trust. We are not told simply to think the Word. We are told to say the Word.
Think about what you think about. Reflect on the conversations you had with yourself and others. Think about what is coming out of your mouth in abundance. What is the dominant theme?
Did I Say to the Lord, “My refuge and my fortress, My God, in whom I trust?” Notice the three my’s, emphasizing our personal relationship with our Father.
Yesterday, I was facing a challenge. I have learned to say “In this particular situation (I name the situation aloud) I choose to trust you, Lord.” Voice activate your trust in Him.
I lost someone special to my heart. The situation was not a pleasant one, yet, I put my trust in My God, that He is my refuge and my fortress. I trust He will heal my heart.
I had many conversations with God yesterday, voice activating my trust in Him. God has to be the one we run to first. He is the only one who has an answer for whatever might come.
Whatever challenges we face, we can choose to run to God as our refuge, and our fortress.
God becomes the defensive site for us against all invading enemies. He is personally our protection.
Death is an enemy…God is our refuge…My God in whom I trust!” (Psalm 91:2)