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10 November 2018

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Today God says:
  "I am your shelter and your strong tower".

He promises me:
  "For you have been a shelter for me, and a strong tower from the enemy". (Ps. 61:3)

My response to the word:
  God is my shelter from all the stormy blasts that the enemy would try to unleash in my life. The Bible says, "The eternal God is your refuge, underneath are the everlasting arms; and He shall thrust out the enemy from before you, and shall say 'Destroy them".

My prayer:
  Father, thank you for being my shelter. Throughout this day I will remain in the shelter of your wings.

Today's scriptures:
  "The eternal God is your shelter, and His everlasting arms support you. He will force your enemies out of your way and tell you to destroy them". (Deut. 33:27 GW) "The Lord is my rock and my fortress and my Saviour, my God, my rock in whom I take refuge". (Ps. 18:2 GW) "Whoever lives under the shelter of the Most High will remain in the shadow of the Almighty". (Ps. 91:1 GW) "The name of the Lord is a strong tower. A righteous person runs to it and is safe". (Prov. 18:10 GW)
 

Quote for today:
Afflictions are but the shadows of God's wings. (George MacDonald)
 

On this day:
On 10th November 1483, Martin Luther was born. He became a monk and also lectured at Wittenburg University. After his conversion, he become one of the leaders of the Reformation in Europe.

 

Copyright

© Copyright ‘Today God Says’ by K & C International Inc., used with permission.
Today God Says by Clift Richards with Lloyd Hildebrand
is published by Victory House, Inc., Tulsa, Oklahoma ISBN 0932081509
© Additional material by Colin Taylor
Scripture references based on the King James Version unless
otherwise mentioned
Scripture references marked GW taken from GOD'S WORD ®
Copyright 1995 by God’s Word to the Nations. Quotations are used by permission. ISBN 0529103125
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