The Journey - February 20, 2015

The Journey with Ron Moore

My Guide to the End | Psalm 48:9-14

Today’s Passage: Psalm 48:9-14
Key Verses: Psalm 48:12-14

Walk about Zion, go around her, count her towers, consider well her ramparts, view her citadels, that you may tell of them to the next generation. For this God is our God for ever and ever; he will be our guide even to the end.

See yesterday’s devotional for a brief description of the special place that God has for Jerusalem.

I don’t know what will happen in the next hour, let alone tomorrow. However, I know this: God is my God for ever and ever; he will be my guide to the end.

I watch many depend on God during difficult times of health. How will I handle illness in my life or in my family? I’m not sure, but I know this: God is my God for ever and ever; he will be my guide to the end.

The financial markets are up and down. How will they change over the next years? I am not sure what my retirement package will be worth, but this I know: God is my God for ever and ever; he will be my guide to the end.

A 95-year-old friend told me as he sat next to his wife in a nursing home, “Growing old isn’t for sissies!” If God gives me a long life, how will I handle all the issues that go with aging? I’m not sure, but I know this: God is my God for ever and ever; he will be my guide to the end.

I know that I will die. Will it be suddenly or through a long process? Will the process be painful? Will I be at peace? Will I face death with anxiety? I am not sure, but I know this: God is my God for ever and ever; he will be my guide to the end.

Father, you are my God, and you will be my God forever. Thank you for your unfailing love. I don’t know what life holds, but I thank you for the promise that you will be by my side guiding me all the way to the end. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

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