David was fearful of his enemies. It looked to him that his life would soon end.
He thought that he could find rest in shelter from those who intended to harm him.
In our own daily lives, we have times when the world throws difficulties at us. We don’t always know what to do.
We become edgy and, maybe even irritable. Our anxiety sometimes makes us sick.
David seems to have a remedy for his state. He yearns to be able to be transported to a safe haven and allowed to rest.
As Christians, we are taught that when trouble comes our way we must pray before we seek input from other people.
Could it be that when we face harsh difficulties in life that we spend time away from our daily activities and rest on God’s promises?
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