Deut. 33:12 says: “Let the beloved of the Lord rest secure in Him, for He shields him all day long, and the one the Lord loves rests between His shoulders.”
Approximately one year ago, I used this same picture and verse for another post. I hope you haven’t taken my silence as being disappointed or angry with God. I have been using this time to move into my new home. The apartment manager said she never saw apartments become available as fast as this one did. This last month or so, God has shown me over and over again the wonderful manner in which He treats His children. Trust me, we truly are children of the Most High King; and, as such, He gives nothing less than the best.
In one month from the date the tree fell on my home (my RV), I was moved into an apartment neighbors call “The Penthouse”. I’ve received a living room set that looks and feels like new. The kitchen has granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. I’ve been the recipient of a surprise shower that completely furnished my apartment with everything new; from the coffeepot down to toilet brush and cleaner. I’ve had so many friends offer assistance I haven’t had enough tasks to keep everyone happy. Yes, I’ve had to outlay some money for some furniture and a washer & dryer; but, even in that, God was with me and pointed me to the best buys.
However, most of all, each and every day, I saw God’s hand working. I felt His arms around me: protecting me, comforting me, shielding me, refreshing my spirit and body. Yes, you can totally abandon yourself to God and He will treat you as His precious child. If you are going through a trial or a tribulation; be reassured you can totally “rest between His shoulders” and He will take care of you. But first, you must give your heart to Him and as a child obey Him.