by Jesse Hendley

Jesse M. Hendley
October 11, 1907---November 30, 1994
Psalm 91

In Psalm 91 we have sixteen glorious verses, one of
the greatest passages in all literature. You will want
to memorize this Psalm if you have not already done
so. I want to ask you a question: "Where do you live?"

Psalm 91 begins with this tremendous truth, "He that
dwelleth in the secret place of the Most High shall
abide under the shadow of the Almighty." Are you
living under the shadow of the Almighty God? If so,
you have perfect security. You have no fear of danger.

As we read this Psalm let us keep in mind this
subject: "Human Need and Divine Resources." We are
living in the midst of a world of terror, a world of
storm, a world of tempest. But that is not the whole
picture. Some people just look at the dangers. But
notice, in the midst of dangers, we have divine
resources. We read, in this Psalm, of snares. We read
of pestilence. We read of terror by night, of arrows
flying by day, of destruction that wasteth at noonday,
of lions and adders, and young lions, and dragons. All
of these things are expressive of a world in which
there is tragedy and sorrow and danger.

There is much danger in this world. There is much
tragedy. There is much terror. Our newspapers carry
accounts everyday of people burned in their homes,
mangled in accidents, suffering all manner of tragedy.
Yes, this is a world of suffering. But that isn't the
whole picture. As Christians we should not look only
at the terrors and tragedies. If we do it will have an
effect on us spiritually, mentally and physically. As
the Psalmist, let us realize that in the midst of
terrors and tempests and sorrows, there are Divine
Resources. For a Christian, there is always a Refuge!
In this Blessed Book, we read of a Fortress! We read
of a Habitation! We read of a Dwelling Place, in the
midst of all tragedy! God Himself is our Refuge, our

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