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Numbers 19:23

God is not a man, that He should lie;

neither the son of man,

that He should repent:

hath He said, and shall He not do it?

or hath He spoken,

and shall He not make it good?

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I Corinthians 1:20

For all the promises of God in Him are yea,

and in Him Amen,

unto the glory of God by us.

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“God’s promises are sprinkled throughout Scripture like jewels on velvet – more than seven thousand of them

– for when we’re impoverished, sad, confused, guilty at wit’s end, and at death’s door”

Robert J. Morgan

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There is a promise in the Bible for every need we have and and every crisis we will ever face.


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In her excellent book Psalm 91 by Peggy Joyce Ruth, has many documented stories of God’s protection in

dire cases, not only in wartime situations of World War II, but more recently in Iraq and Afghanistan and

other critical and life challenging situations as well.

A documented case of God’s protection and an outstanding example of “Standing on God’s Promises,” took



World War II at Dunkirk:


Miracles abounded with the evacuation of battle weary British troops.  The previous Sunday had been a

National Day of Prayer.

“C.B. Morelock, a war correspondent in World War II, reported an unexplainable and miraculous occurrence:

 Sixty German aircraft strafed more than four hundred men who were pinned down on the sandy Dunkirk

beaches without the benefit of anyplace to take cover.  Although the men were repeatedly attacked by machine

guns and bombed by enemy aircraft, not one single man was hit.  Every man in that group left that beach

without a scratch.  Morelock stated, “I have personally been told by Navy men who picked up those particular

survivors from Dunkirk, that the men not only recited Psalm 91, but they shouted it aloud at the top of their


~Peggy Joyce Ruth

Another account of this same incident told about one man rising and seeing his body outlined in the sand

with the enemies bullets, and he was untouched.  The beach was covered with bullets but the men were


Psalm 91 has long been called, “The Soldier’s Psalm of Protection.”


Soldiers of the Cross also need this Psalm

and every promise of God for themselves, for the enemy they face is overcome by God’s indomitable word.

The Bible is full of miraculous accounts of men and women who just took God’s promises personally and used

them for themselves.  We took can take courage and comfort and get any and every need we could possibly

have and grab one or more of God’s promises for ourselves.  Amen

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Isaiah 41:10

 Fear thou not;

for I am with thee:

 be not dismayed;

for I am thy God:

I will strengthen thee;

yea, I will help thee;


I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.



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