Thoughts From a Deep Cave!

Have you ever found yourself as if you were boxed in or perhaps stuck in a cave due to life’s circumstances and calamities?  I believe we all have at some point or another in this Christian walk.  I am actually in a place like that right now.  The Lord has pointed out to me that it is our soul that actually takes the hardest “licks” and “blows” during these times.  The soul is where our logic, reasoning, emotions, and wills are.  Our spirit is so willing, but the flesh is so weak.  We must protect our soul by allowing it to take refuge and find its home in the shelter of the presence of God through worship.  I am not saying that we deny our circumstances because it is what it is!  The thing we have got to remember is that we must renew the mind by allowing the word of God to replace the negative, fearful, doubting thoughts.  Set your thoughts and even your imagination on the Word of the Lord and you will make quiet that loud noise of those circumstances.  Listen to David from Psalms 57:1:(AMP)

“Be merciful, and gracious to me, Oh God, be merciful and gracious to me, for my soul takes refuge and finds shelter and confidence in You; yes, in the shadow of Your wings will I take refuge and be confident until calamities and destructive storms are passed.”

Until the next post, be confident in the Lord and rest in His manifested presence during your trials and during any other time in your life.  If this seems difficult, keep trying with a sincere heart.  Use worshipful music, promising scriptures, and turn your attention to the needs of others.  Do this in faith and WATCH GOD MOVE!

Minister Denise Cook Godfrey

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Minister Denise Cook Godfrey is the wife of Assistant Pastor DeForest L. Godfrey. Minister Denise has devoted her life to God in true worship and desire to be used to motivate, inspire, and arouse the Body of Christ to worship God in Spirit and in Truth. Minister Godfrey’s vision also involves teaching the Body of Christ to utilize the arts such as praise and worship dancing, interpretive movement and expressive signing, drama, and poetry within the local church in order to bring edification, comfort, exhortation, and deliverance. She is the mother of two children and is a loving grandmother. Minister Godfrey enjoys writing, aerobic exercising, and just spending time with her family.