Psalm 91 Revelations

I spent much of 2019 slowly going through Psalm 91, talking with the Holy Spirit about every word and every line. In January of 2020, the Holy Spirit led me to begin sharing it. These are the posts in that series. Each one has the link to the next if you wish to go through them all. 

Psalm 91: He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High – verse 1:
He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High

Psalm 91: In the shadow of the Almighty One – verse 1 continued
Will abide in the shadow of the Almighty.

Psalm 91: The choice you have to make about you and God – verse 2:
I will say to the Lord, “My refuge and my fortress,
My God, in whom I trust!”

Psalm 91: The threats of the snare and pestilence – verse 3:
For it is He who delivers you from the snare of the trapper
And from the deadly pestilence.

Psalm 91: My favorite line is so much bigger than me – verse 4:
He will cover you with His pinions,
And under His wings you may seek refuge;
His faithfulness is a shield and bulwark.

Psalm 91: When fear has no hold on you – verses 5-6:
You will not be afraid of the terror by night,
Or of the arrow that flies by day;
Of the pestilence that stalks in darkness,
Or of the destruction that lays waste at noon.

Psalm 91: When the odds are long and statistics are scary – verses 7-8:
A thousand may fall at your side
And ten thousand at your right hand,
But it shall not approach you.
You will only look on with your eyes
And see the recompense of the wicked.

Psalm 91: A tiny, three-letter word highlights our decision – verses 9-10:
For you have made the Lord, my refuge,
Even the Most High, your dwelling place.
No evil will befall you,
Nor will any plague come near your tent.

Psalm 91: The guard that is dispatched along the Way – verse 11:
For He will give His angels charge concerning you,
To guard you in all your ways

Intermission: He takes delight in preparing a path for us to follow His footsteps

Psalm 91: When the path ahead of you looks like it’s full of traps – verses 12-13:
They (angels) will bear you up in their hands,
That you do not strike your foot against a stone.
You will tread upon the lion and cobra,
The young lion and the serpent you will trample down.

Psalm 91: It starts and ends with His names – verses 14-16:
“Because he has loved Me, therefore I will deliver him;
I will set him securely on high, because he has known My name.
He will call upon Me, and I will answer him;
I will be with him in trouble;
I will rescue him and honor him.
With a long life I will satisfy him
And let him see My salvation.”