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Great Weapons

I'm so glad that my recent blogs about Speaking Truth Out Loud have been so helpful to people.
Thanks for your encouragements.
It's so good to know we're not alone.
It's so good to be in community.

Here's some great verses a friend sent me this week - as she said "They were so helpful to me when I was being ambushed with fears and negativity a few weeks ago. They are the phrases from 2 Samuel 22 which I read over and over and used to fight. Great weapons".

  • The Lord is my Rock
  • The torrents of destruction overwhelmed me
  • In my distress I called to the Lord
  • My cry came to his ears
  • He reached down from on high
  • He rescued me from .. my foes who were too strong for me
  • He rescued me because he delighted in me
  • The Lord turns my darkness into light
  • He enables me to stand on the heights
  • He trains my hands for battle
  • You give me my shield of victory
  • I pursued my enemies and crushed them
  • You armed me with strength for battle
  • From violent men you rescued me
  • Therefore I will praise you O Lord
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    I'd love to hear about your "weapons" too.

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