We’re always doing what we can to stay safe – locking our doors, keeping pepper spray on hand, going on walks with a buddy… the list goes on.  The scary thing is, no matter what we do to protect ourselves, we don’t always see things coming and we can’t always stop them.

Safe under His wings

I find comfort in knowing that I have God on my side, and not matter what Satan tries to throw at me, I can count on God to protect me.

“God is our refuge and strength, always ready to help in times of trouble.” – Psalm 46:1

There have been times in my life when, yes, I was physically harmed, but the accidents could have turned out much worse had God not been protecting me.  After all, who has a fifty pound baby crib fall on them and only ends up with a slight concussion?  Probably not many people.  Then again, I don’t imagine that happens all that often.

It might not even be physical harm, but emotional or spiritual.  God can lead me away from a situation where I’d end up with a broken heart (and it wouldn’t be the first time He’s done that).  He can provide strength when my mind is starting to get filled with doubts – doubts that I’ll ever get my dream job, or get married, or move to a better town.  

Even when others turn their back on me, God won’t.  He’s promised to never leave us or forsake us.  That’s the best thing about Him – He doesn’t lie.  People do.  That’s why when it comes down to it, it doesn’t matter what others think or say about me because I know who I am in God’s eyes.

“If God is for us, who can be against us?” – Romans 8:31

Under His watch, I know I’m safe.

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5 thoughts on “Safe

    • Tabby says:

      Thank you! And, you’re half right. I’m first and foremost a videographer, but I’d also like to do photography along with it as a freelancer :)

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