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Rabbi Schneider - Claim Psalm 91 for Yourself

Rabbi Schneider - Claim Psalm 91 for Yourself
TOPICS: Psalm 91

I'm going to read a scripture now most of you are familiar with: Psalm number 91, verse one. It says this: “He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty” And for those of you that know the rest of Psalm 91, it's so precious, such an incredible promise of protection. A thousand may fall at your side, 10,000 at your right hand, but no evil will come near you or near your dwelling.

And I remember reading that Scripture a while back. This is going back over 15 years ago, and I thought, "Wow, what an incredible promise." But then I thought, "Lord, can I really believe that for my life"? And I had read it and I put my Bible after reading it under a chair in a sanctuary where I was, I actually ministered in that sanctuary. But I put my Bible under my chair in the sanctuary. And I was thinking about that psalm. I said, "Lord, can I really claim that for my life"? And I went back out to my chair and I picked up my Bible. I said, "Lord, if I can really claim the promises of Psalm 91 for my life, I'm going to open up the Bible and it's going to turn exactly to Psalm 91". I just opened up my Bible and it turned right, exactly the Psalm 91.

So I want to encourage you, beloved child of God, to claim Psalm 91 for yourself. It's difficult to feel protected sometimes in this world. I know it is for me. We feel so vulnerable. You know, there are so many things going on us that are out of our control. And then things happen to us and we wonder, Wow, Lord, if You love me so much, why did You let that happen? Why did you let that bee sting me? Or why did you let me trip on that rock? Or why did you let me get in that car accident? Or why did you let me get COVID or whatever it might be? I mean, that's the truth, right?

Things happen and we wonder, Lord, am I really that safe in You? Because if I'm really that protected, why do I get hurt? You know, why do You allow these evils to bring pain to my life? Why did I get sick? And I know I struggle with that sometimes. Like, "Lord, I really want to feel safe, but I need a greater revelation of Your love to know that You're in the details and that somehow, even though You're allowing me to go through these painful circumstances, I'm not just alone here, but that, Lord, You're truly with me in every detail of my life, that I am under the protection of Psalm 91, that I'm under the shadow of Your wings. I'm under the protection of the Almighty".

Father, we ask You to give us revelation of how loved and protected and safe we are in You, according to the words of Psalm 91.

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