He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty. Psalm 91:1 I don’t know about you but I love my house. Its walls are sturdy when the winds blow, the foundation had at one time given us a wet basement but has been shored up and […]
I chose Psalm 4 verse 8 for January for a couple of reasons. In the winter our bodies are moving a little slower, we are resting more, sleeping more, and covered in peace. I also thought it would be a great verse to start the year with. When we look at the verse and let the words dwell in our hearts, we find that we can rest in the confidence of the safety that the Lord provides.
A couple of years ago the word dwell kept coming up in the passages of scripture that I was reading. It struck me as a great word and one that I would mull over and come back to time and time again. The dictionary defines dwell as, to live in or at a specific place. In the Old Testament the word “dwell” is a translation of 9 words with the most frequently used translation being “to sit down” and sometimes is translated as “abide”, “inhabit” and “remain”. These words suggest pictures of peace. They show us sitting in and abiding in Christ, His Word, His church.
I am so glad you are here! When we first built this site in 2019 I wasn’t entirely sure what the future would hold. It was an exciting time, and I can’t thank you enough for your support these past several years! Heading into 2024 it was time to spruce things up a bit. The goal was to simplify this website, while also allowing for growth in new directions!