Say To The Lord, My God

“He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the almighty. I will say to the Lord, “My refuge and my fortress, My God”
Psalm 91:1-2

Bless God; as surely as confessing to your gracious Lord Who He is, in His presence, strengthens you in the very truths you confess, “My refuge and my fortress,” so also does your devoted and repeated confession, “You are my God,” strengthen you in your eternal relationship with your Creator.

Every time you minister to your Lord in His presence, “in the shadow of the almighty,” to lovingly, humbly, and gratefully confess, “You are my God,” you are drawing living water from the well of God.

Ministering to the Lord on a regular basis is our action of spiritually returning to the well of living water, to be filled anew with the Spirit of our God with Whom we are blessed, as God’s priesthood, to meet with as often as we like.

Say to the Lord, “My God,” with love. Say to the Lord, “My God,” with gratitude. Say to the Lord, “My God,” with humility. Say to the Lord, “My God,” with praise.

Keep saying to the Lord, “You are My God, my fortress, my refuge,” along with everything else that God has revealed Himself to be in His Word to you.

The more you confess to the Lord in His presence Who He is to you, the more you strengthen yourself in your eternal, divine love, abundant life, bond with God.

Realize today, anew and afresh, how blessed you are to say to the Lord, “My God.” Hallelujah!