S02E003, God is our Shield, Family Prayer Time

Avatar Jo Jo | 31/07/2022

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In this third episode of the new season, Peter & JoJo get together to encourage us, as always - to pray as a family – and in this series by using the Book of Psalms. This time, Pete and Jo read the whole of Psalm 3.

This Psalm was written by King David, while he was running from his son, Absalom and we are reminded of how God is our Rescuer, Protector, and Refuge. We may not be running from anyone trying to hurt us physically like David, but we may be experiencing difficulties in our family or being hurt emotionally by unkind people around us. The old adage ‘Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me’ is just not true and we can call on God to help us whatever our difficulty.

Let’s be like David and be honest with God about how we feel, what we want and tell him we need him to help us. David even says: “Slap all my enemies in the face!” Let’s face it God already knows how we feel and what we’re thinking we might as well be upfront with God!

Join Peter and JoJo in honest and open prayer!

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This post currently has 4 responses.

  1. davidsdailydose

    31/07/2022 at 12:05

    I enjoyed this, Jo and Peter. I love how you said the psalm as a prayer—what it really is! I prayed along with you.
    Our mutual friend Alan recently said, “If you seek to read your Bible, first seek Him!” That’s what King David did! He looked to God first, as the ultimate source of his protection and provision. Blessings to the Berry Bunch!

  2. Alan Kearns

    01/08/2022 at 00:08

    I love Psalm 3 verse 3, it tells us God’s shield is around us…protecting us on every side! Hallelujah. Thank you Peter and Jo.

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