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Our Help

1 I raise my eyes toward the mountains.

Where will my help come from?

2 My help comes from the LORD,

the maker of heaven and earth.

3 God won’t let your foot slip.

Your protector won’t fall asleep

on the job.

4 No! Israel’s protector

never sleeps or rests!

5 The LORD is your protector;

the LORD is your shade right beside you.

6 The sun won’t strike you during the day;

neither will the moon at night.

7 The LORD will protect you from all evil;

God will protect your very life.

8 The LORD will protect you

on your journeys—

whether going or coming—

from now until forever from now.

(Psalm 121)

Our Help

Good Day Family,

It’s good to have friends in the right places. When people have access to information, experience, and expertise they share, it makes life easier. But, there are times when our only help comes from the One with all power and might. That One is our Creator and Companion, Protector and Guide, Provider and Way-Maker. Our help ultimately comes from God in whom we trust, live, and have our being.

God our Help, be with your children on this journey. Keep us on your path. Make the way plain and negotiable. Protect us from harm, and use us for your glory. Thank you for being with us “from non until forever from now.”

With eyes on God,

Be well,

Pastor Cheryl

Let us encourage one another. Let us love our neighbor. Let us be the church.

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