Miriam from iSEE Pine Rivers here, praying for you in the lead up to our Revival Nights and just know that God has something so powerful in store for us. So, position yourself, come with expectation and get ready for God to move.
You know, early this week I was reflecting on a time in my childhood where I had a big treehouse in my backyard and this treehouse became my safe place. It became the place that I'd retreat to, when I needed some quiet, when I needed peace, when I needed to rest and I needed to get away from stuff that was happening. And it kind of reminded me of Psalm 91. In Psalm 91 says this;
“Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the almighty, I will say to the Lord that He is my refuge, my fortress, my God in whom I trust. If you say The Lord is my refuge, and you make the most high your dwelling, no harm will overtake you, no disaster will come in your tent.”
You know, the word dwelling refers to a place that we call home. It's a place that we can abide in. To dwell is to live and to remain in that place. You know, this dwelling place with God isn't meant to be exclusive. This place is for everyone who desires to be with God there. The Scripture tells us, when we dwell in this secret place, that we can find peace in the midst of the storm, refuge from opposition, trust beyond human understanding or knowledge, guidance and hope from Jesus. You know, when we dwell in this secret place with God, we have to make an intentional choi