Dear Ones,
  Hope you wake today to hear His voice to your heart. I love when I can see the full moon beams shining in my window as I awaken. 
The Question for this week is, what storm has the Lord recently taken you through and did you go to Him for cover? 
‘Devotions from Judy’s heart
  It seems like we are recently hearing of many catastrophic things happening with wildfires, hurricanes, earthquakes etc. and some  have lost power, their homes and even their loved ones. But just like physical storms in life we also have spiritual storms and need  a place of shelter in which to go.
   The 91st Psalm is one of my favorite ones and I remember saying it over and over again as I swam laps when we were going through a stormy time in one of our churches. Particularly, I love the first verse, “He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will remain secure and rest in the shadow of the Almighty (whose power no enemy can withstand.)” (Amplified Version)
I think of the shelter as God’s presence and how we need to run first to Him, before trying all our own solutions and protections to the storms that hits us. Some storms come unexpectantly and we have to make a quick decision whether we will trust Him and find shelter in Him.
  I have been amazed at how the Lord protects us even in our small storms if we go to Him first. Not long ago when we were preparing to go out of town, I had several concerns and I just gave them to the Lord and left it all with Him; then I watched as everything on my anxious list was answered above what I asked, down to fine details. I came home praising Him and with an awe of His power.
   Just like Jesus calmed the waves in the storm that the disciples were facing in the boat on the windy Sea, so He speaks peace to our storms if we find our shelter in Him. We don’t need to fear terrors of night, plaques, pestilence etc. for He will send His angels to defend us, and deliver us and honor us. (Verse 15)
Challenge for today: Memorize Ps. 91:1 and take with you today and everyday.
Blessings on your day and prayers and love, Judy