by Duane Bemis

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Under the Shadow (3 of 4)
Series: Secret of the Secret Place: Where great seeds of faith are sown
Duane Bemis

Let us now open to Psalm 91 and find more about where this "Secret Place" is found and realize that it is not a new place or just a New Testament place. The "Secret Place" is a place of old because God is the Ancient of Age! Come with me as we open the Old Testament and read what was penned about 1000 years before Christ walked the earth in the flesh.

Psalm 91:1

He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty.
According to the author he found a place where he could find peace, strength, and he could find God. The secret he found in his heart was the "Secret Place." He found that he was so close to God that he could rest under the shadow of God Himself.
Oh, to be under the shadow of God Almighty and to find His voice, comfort, and His protection. Yes, this is the "Secret Place" I have been talking about. Draw close unto Him and He will draw close to you. This "Secret Place" is a place of relationship not religion or denomination. It is all about having a deeply connected relationship with Almighty God where you find your serenity in His shadow. What a wonderful place where it is cool, where it is calm, and where one can find pure love, pure peace, and pure joy. A place where one can find the breath of life, living water, and the bread of Heaven. The "Secret Place" is a place of great faith, great rest, and great contentment.
Could this be why so many today are just full of religion and theology but have no deeply rooted relationship with Jesus their Creator? They have rules and regulations that look Godly yet deny the power of God. Oh, dear reader, go and find the "Secret Place" where God abides and learn to live and stay there. Don't wonder off! Find it and then cling to Him and know that sin separates you from this "Secret Place."
Let us stop for a moment and memorize this verse. Psalm 91 ...

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