God---my Possession by Jesse Hendley

Jesse M. Hendley
Psalm 62:6-7

Turn with me in your Bible to Psalm 62, verses 6 & 7,
as we see that "God Is Mine." God is the greatest
Person in my life, my greatest Possession, my greatest
Intimate, my greatest Friend. GOD IS MINE!

In these two verses we read the word "MY" seven
different times. Verse 6, "He only is my Rock and my
Salvation: He is my Defense; I shall not be moved."
Verse 7, "In God is my salvation and my glory: the
rock of my strength, and my refuge, is in God."

God is mine. He is the greatest Friend that I have. He
is the most important Person in my life, beyond any
human being, for when you really examine it, who can
help you but God? We came from God, into this world
alone. We go out of the world alone, with no one but
God. God is the most important Person in anyone's
life, and salvation is intensely personal. Paul speaks
about "my God." David speaks about "my God." God is
mine! He belongs to ME. He is in a relationship as an
intimate, closer than a husband or wife can be, or a
father or mother or child can possibly be.

"My Rock"

Notice the verses that state what God is to us. First
he says, "God is my Rock". In the midst of my
shakiness and instability, He is my foundation;
unmovable, unshaken by the storms of life and the
trials of life. Whatever may come, that life may throw
at me, I am on the Rock. "Oh Lord, my Rock and my
Redeemer," says the Psalmist. Jesus Christ spoke to
Peter and said, "From now on your name, which has been
Simon, will be Peter which means 'a Rock'.” God is a
Rock in order that you may be a "little rock."

We look at life today in our society as unstable for
many. Look at the children today who go astray. Look
at children who become dope addicts, or ones who allow
liquor to take hold of their lives. They are hooked
before they know anything about it. Why? They are
unstable. They are not fixed. They go running after ...

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