Lean on the Rock

By   •   January 15   •   Topics: ,

man standing on rock

When you become a Christian, it doesn’t mean that you will live on a perpetual “high.” The Psalmist David went down to the very depths, and so did the Apostle Paul. But in the midst of all circumstances God’s grace, peace, and joy are there. The tears will still come, the pressures will be felt, and so will the temptations. But there is a new dimension, a new direction, and a new power in life to face the circumstances in which you live.

Prayer for the day

David and Paul have given me the example of trusting You, Lord, even in the excruciating valleys of life. Like them, I praise You.

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23 Comments

  1. Tim Carney says:

    The world and man keep changing what they say and do. Thank you Awesome Lord for never changing! You never change and You always keep your word. That is why my Trust is in You Lord God.

  2. Laura Speer says:

    We must all go through pain, troubles, and sorrow, but Christ will see us through it all if we have Faith and Believe .PRAISE GOD!