All Gone Wrong Days

A bad week so far? Maybe it’s already been a drastic day of all gone wrong that can and you’re left wondering if you can still selvedge any of its precious moments in time enough to keep some kind of sanity in this all gone wrong world of yours?

Some days are just like that, aren’t they? Well, you gotta know that even in the midst of all the fuss and fight, conundrum and confusion and hard stuff that’s going on, God’s right there with you on it and holds it all so tightly in His hand!

Yeah, and He does know your frustration and your panic and the worry that nips in that apprehensive heart of yours! And those ties that wrap you in tight knots that won’t undo, around that mind of yours? Yeah, He knows those too. So, that next hard thing and difficult place ~ Just float through it right into His sweet, safekeeping! Under the shelter of His wing! Safe on the rock of His protection! Secure in His shield and confident in His salvation.

He is there for you even on the rainy days and the blue days, and the so gone-wrong days. He led David through a few of those with a jealous Saul in relentless pursuit. David knew death entangled him and torrents of destruction overwhelmed him but he called on his God for help and His God delivered him and gave him a song and he gave praise back to the God who delivered, with the words of the song in Psalm 18: 1, 2, 3

“I love you O Lord my strength. The Lord is my Rock, my Fortress and my Deliverer; my God is my Rock, in whom I take refuge. He is my shield and the Horn of my salvation, my stronghold. I call to the Lord who is worthy of praise, and I am saved from my enemies.”

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