We’ve all heard the saying “scared of your own shadow.” Fears are like
shadows that follow us around and cause us internal distress.
Thanks for joining us for Monday’s Message with Abigail Rice and
Trench Classes United. Today’s message is a great reminder of how to
shrink those shadows by stepping into faith.
We don’t know
But we believe
We can’t see
Yet we still believe
We can’t touch, taste, or hear what is to come
But we still believe
In something bigger
Something bigger than us
Something that created the vast beauty of us
Of the world
& the souls
Even those that are so far gone...
So led on
to be deceived
That they are weak
So far down
So far gone
Yet He stands there still
Please come home
Back to my arms
To my love
My endless grace
Is it not enough?
Because you are enough
More than enough
More than a face with a name
But a home and a heart
A mother, a brother, a father, a son
Someone that someone else loves
So don’t take this life for granted
It is ALL that you’ve got.
& don’t for one second believe that thought
That thought that you are not good enough
That you are not brave enough
Wise enough to know, it’s not your time to go
& it won’t be until the good Lord says so
So just hold on my dear
Stop living in the shadows of your own fear.
Yeah, those thoughts -
“The LORD looks from heaven;
He sees all the sons of men;
From His dwelling place He looks out
On all the inhabitants of the earth,
He who fashions the hearts of them all,
He who understands all their works.
The king is not saved by a mighty army;
A warrior is not delivered by great strength.
A horse is a false hope for victory;
Nor does it deliver anyone by its great strength.
Behold, the eye of the LORD is on those who fear Him,
On those who hope for His lovingkindness,
To deliver their soul from death
And to keep them alive in famine.”
- Psalm 33:13-19