Where Is Your Sanctuary

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“Where Is Your Sanctuary? Where do you go when you’re hurting? Let’s say it’s been a terrible day at the office. You come home and go — where? To the refrigerator for comfort food like ice cream? To the phone to vent with your most trusted friend? Do you seek escape in novels or movies or video games or pornography? Where do you look for emotional rescue? The Bible tells us that God is our refuge and strength, our help in times of trouble — so much so that we will not fear though the mountains fall into the heart of the sea (Ps. 46:1 – 2). That strikes me as a good place to run. But it’s so easy to forget, so easy for us to run in other directions. Where we go says a lot about who we are. The “high ground” we seek reveals the geography of our values.”

Kyle Idleman, Gods at War: Defeating the Idols that Battle for Your Heart

About Steve Rebus

Christian, Blind photographer, husband, plays guitar and drums. Loves researching accessible apps and technology.

4 Responses to “Where Is Your Sanctuary”

  1. Reblogged this on hisimagenme and commented:
    Another “repeater station” for God’s glory!

  2. Great quote. I especially liked this part…”Where we go says a lot about who we are. The “high ground” we seek reveals the geography of our values.”” Blessing.

  3. Reblogged this on For His Glory.

  4. Aloha, Steve! I go to my guest room where my guitar waits for me on its stand in the corner of the room. After a few praise songs, prayer and worship in the Spirit, God faithfully ministers to my soul! PTL! Wherever one meets God, that is their sanctuary.

    BTW, thank you for being a follower who reads my blog posts. So many will say they are followers, followers of who, followers of what, they never respond. I hope they are faithful followers of God. AMEN!
    -Liz

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