Psalm 31:2b-3 and Park Avenue, Arches National Park, Utah.
“Be to me a rock of strength, a stronghold to save me. For You are my rock and my fortress; For Your name’s sake You will lead me and guide me.” Psalm 31:2b-3
God, Our Rock of Strength
As an outdoor photographer I admire the power and strength I see in the great rocks of the desert and mountainous areas. God is our rock of strength and He guides us in our life. We can trust in Him even when we think all hope is gone. A great thing about our God is that He works things out even when we don’t think He will.
Read all of Psalm 31. It speaks of God as our place of refuge and a fortress we can trust in during our most desperate times.
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