A Good Day to Move

Psalm 91:1 says, “He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall remain stable and fixed under the shadow of the Almighty (Whose power no foe can withstand).

Today, on Good Friday, the curtain of the temple was torn in two. This act, initiated from above, opened the way for those of us who are children of God not only to walk directly into His Presence but also to dwell there.

Most of us, who are navigating faith through aging eyes, know that we are going to have to move someday. We consider the options of a smaller house, a condo, an apartment, and a senior living center. We hope we won’t need to live in a nursing home and worry about having enough money.

I am not discounting the reality and the stress of choosing a physical environment that will accommodate the probability of weakness and dependence. But, today, I want to talk about another kind of move. I want to invite you to consider with me the invitation to dwell in the secret place of the Most High.

This home became accessible to us when the curtain was torn in two.

As I checked out some things I have learned that there is a secret place available for me, it has actually been reserved in my name for a long time. I was stunned, as I read the application, that everything has already been paid in full. This includes all amenities. I quickly checked for the length of the contract and saw that it guaranteed for eternity.

This is a place where I can dwell, even as I wander the physical options noted above.

I wonder why I haven’t moved into this secret place before?

Spend some time in Psalm 91 to learn more about the protection and provision. Let me know if you move today.

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One Response to A Good Day to Move

  1. Anonymous says:

    I really like this Roselyn. I can sense God’s love (for me) as you paint this incredible picture of dwelling with God.

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