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The High King Lives

August 8, 2012

Here’s a great reblog :). I’m really enjoying reading the Peaceful Wife’s blog. If you get a chance check out her testimony. I hope you have an inspirational Wednesday! God bless & remember the High King lives!~Amber Dover

 

Inspirational Wednesday: Whom Shall I Fear? May 23, 2012

Hello dear ones 🙂 I pray you’re having an inspirational day. So often I am preaching to the choir. Often I need to be reminded that God is for me and that I have nothing to fear because my Father created the universe. He has my back. May none of us forget these words. Life is scary and if we’re not grounded in Christ then we will be tossed by life’s storms. Chin up friend 🙂

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Psalm 27:1 KJV

 1The LORD is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? the LORD is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid?

“Maker Of The Wind”~Big Daddy Weave

Vs1 Dark skies overhead and I remember what You said,
that You would never leave
Rough waters all around but here I am on Solid Ground
as You reach down to me
And if You are on my side whom shall I fear
Chorus: I know the Maker of the wind
The Master of the waves
Forgiver of my sin And I know the One Who holds my hope
So I won’t be afraid when storms come blowing in
I know the Maker of the wind

Vs2 When trouble finds me, sneaks up behind me
It trips me up and it makes me fall

But when I’m broken then You remind me
That You have overcome it all

You know the number of my days
And what I need to understand
God I can trust in You as long as I can say

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          Passage from “Hinds’ Feet on High Places”, an allegory of the Christian walk with God. Much-Afraid was just tormented by her cousin Craven Fear. The Shepherd (Jesus) has saved her. Page 24
“Much-Afraid burst into tears. Of course she ought to have known that Craven was a coward and that if only she had lifted her voice and called for the Shepherd, he would have fled at once. Now her dress was torn and disordered, and her arms were bruised by the bully’s grip, yet that was the least part of her distress. She was overwhelmed with shame that she had so quickly acted like her old name and nature, which she had hoped was beginning to be changed already.
It seemed so impossible to ignore the Fearings, still less to resist them. She did not dare look at the Shepherd, but had she done so she would have seen with what compassion He was regarding her. She did not realize that the Prince of Love is “of very tender compassions to them that are afraid.” She supposed that, like everybody else, He was despising her for her silly fears, so she muttered a shamed ‘thank you.’ “

God bless and Remember The High King Lives!~Amber Dover