A Daily Word - November 17

 

November 17

Though I walk in the midst of trouble, You will revive me…
Psalm 138:7

John Kennedy wrote a book, Profiles of Courage. Sometimes we are “living books” that might be titled, “Profiles of Trouble.” You know the distinctive marks: baggy eyes, somber demeanor, taut speech, sagging shoulders and a drooping walk. Trouble is a drainer. Revival is the renewal of strength and passion for living. The soul is to the body what a big engine room is to a ship in that the soul houses the spirit, which is the “engine.” Revival is God’s Spirit re-igniting the human spirit, resulting in vitality, even when we’re a walking “profile of trouble.”

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