O taste and see that the LORD is good; how blessed is the man who takes refuge in Him!
Jo Beth and I went to seminary in North Carolina right after getting married, with no place to live and almost penniless. Then we met a lady who rented log cabins. The cold mountain wind pierced through in the winter and spiders in the summer. God gave Jo Beth a job, and soon we were able to rent a house. It was a small duplex, but to us it was a castle. Refuge is a precious thing when you know what it means to be exposed. But God’s promise is that when you are in covenant with Him, you dwell in Him. He caulks the rafters and plugs the holes and covers you with a roof. You can rest at last.
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