Dear Ones,
Hope you are enjoying the day. This morning I went to Alid’s and my exercise class and this afternoon is Crafts and tonight soup supper and Lenten service. Al is preaching tonight so prayers appreciated. 
Devotions from Judy’s heart
Have you ever awakened to a picture or thought going through your mind and felt it was the Lord trying to say something to you? Or maybe you had a dream and knew that it was not something that resulted from overeating the night before but a message from the Lord. I woke up one morning with the word going through my mind that Jesus is my Rock. I could immediately picture a particular rock along the gravel road that I traveled when picking up a friend for Bible Study. It stood out as it was huge and was a reminder to me that we have a solid place, a secure place to stand; that no matter what happens, we can’t be moved. We are under the Lord’s protection and He is our rock, our shield and our fortress!
I read today from Psalm 18:1-2 (God’s Word) where David sang to the Lord after he was rescued from his enemy, “I love you, O Lord, my strength. The Lord is my rock and my fortress and my Savior, my God, my rock in whom I take refuge, my shield, and my strength of my salvation, my stronghold.”
David said his life was in the clutches of death but he called on the Lord and the Lord was His rock!
Many times, he called out to the Lord and He heard and answered; David was not shaken for the Lord was His secure place and the bedrock under his feet.
It’s like the song that Paul Baloche sings:
“There is no rock /There is no god like our God /No other name worthy of all our praise
The Rock of Salvation that cannot be moved /He’s proven Himself to be faithful and true
There is no rock /is no god like ours /Rock of Ages /Jesus is the Rock /Rock of Ages…”
Jesus is the Rock….”
Let us remember that when we go through rough times when things suddenly change, we get bad news, a loved one dies etc.; We have a safe place to go where we are secure.
Challenge for today: When experiencing something difficult, hide yourself in the Rock of Ages.
Blessings on your day and prayers and love, Judy