Soul Safety

14 07 2012

David in the first verse of Psalms 16 committed his physical safety unto to the Lord and put his spiritual faith in him. Now in verse 2 we find him committing his soul to the Lord.

 

Psa 16:2  O my soul, you have said to the Lord, You are my Lord: I have no good but you.

 

Our mind, will, and emotions (our feelings) comprise our soul, and David realized the only safe place for his soul was with God. David knew left to itself the soul would be overtaken by any number of emotions not the least of these fear, anger, unforgiveness as well as rage all producing nothing good.

 

Though few of us would ever be in fear for our lives as David was, yet like David, the best place for our soul is with God.

 

When our souls are with God, the enemy has little ammunition to use which will affect us. I remember on a trip several years ago, I blew the engine in my car. I had put my body, soul and spirit with God, so as I walked half a mile up a steep freeway in the middle of no where seeking cell phone reception and I was not afraid.

 

We must put the safety of our body, soul and spirit in the hands of God and his perfect love which casts out all fear 1 John 4:18, repelling the enemy better than bugs with bug spray!

 

Blessings and Complete Joy,

Millie

 

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