Hiding in the Right Place (Joel Osteen)


“In the day of trouble he will keep me
safe in his dwelling; he will hide me in the shelter of his tabernacle and set
me high upon a rock”

(Psalm 27:5, NIV)

TODAY’S WORD from Joel and Victoria

Have you ever watched children
play hide and seek? They look for the best place to hide in the house or yard
and wait quietly for their friend to try to find them. It’s a fun game for
kids, but even as adults, we need a good place to hide from time to time.
Sometimes we need a place of refuge, a place of safety, a place to rest when we
feel overwhelmed by the circumstances of life; a place where the enemy of our
soul can never find us.

The good news is that God has
the perfect hiding place for you! You don’t have to hide in your job. You don’t
have to hide in relationships. You don’t have to hide in food or addictions
because God Himself promises to hide you! He freely offers you shelter from the
storms of life any time you call on His name.

Remember, there’s only one
place the enemy cannot find you. There’s only one place where opposition cannot
steal from you. There’s only one true place of safety and rest for your soul,
and that is in the arms of Jesus. Know that He loves you, and He is ready to
receive you when you call on His name!


Father, today I come humbly before You giving You all that I am.
Thank You for hiding me in Your shelter and keeping me safe from the storms of
life. My soul finds rest in You as I seek You and praise Your holy name in
Jesus’ name. Amen.

Joel & Victoria Osteen

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