Pas The Day - February 24, 2019

 

Where can I go from Your Spirit? Or where can I flee from Your presence? (Psalm 139:7)
 
God knows us through and through as we really are. But the One who knows us best and loves us the most allows us to see Him encouraging and affirming us, not judging us at every turn. Our first impulse, however, is to want to get away. David lays out before us that we may attempt to flee from God’s presence. But at the end of this passage, he assures us that the only way we can flee from Him is to flee to Him. Notice what the psalmist says: there is no place of escape.
 

 


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