"Lord, You are..."

March 3, 2010

“Lord, You are…”

Blessings Folk!

Finally got the computer back and up-n-running.


Still taking some tweaking, but things are much better.

Same with phone.

Upgraded to a new one...can not beat the price, $0.

Of course, it had some kinda of problem...believe it is fixed now.

Then, there was a couple of software issues...they are resolved.

Just the little thorns in our digital world.

There is a portion of Scripture that we have studied lately. It continues to resonate deep within...thought I’d share some on it.

Gonna just give little bites...a little every day.

Allow the Lord to speak to you.

The passage is 2 Samuel 22.

Note the following as you read….

  • What is this portion of Scripture?
  • Who wrote/spoke it?
  • To whom?
  • When?
  • What is the truth proclaimed?

Ok. Got all the questions? Happy

2 Sam 22:1-3
1 And David spake unto the Lord the words of this song in the day that the Lord had delivered him out of the hand of all his enemies, and out of the hand of Saul:
2 And he said, The Lord is my rock, and my fortress, and my deliverer;
3 The God of my rock; in him will I trust: he is my shield, and the horn of my salvation, my high tower, and my refuge, my saviour; thou savest me from violence.


  • What is this portion of Scripture?
A Song

  • Who wrote/spoke it?
David, the King

  • To whom?
The Lord

  • When?
When the Lord had given David peace from his enemies and Saul
I believe there is a nuance of distinction here. David did not consider Saul an enemy. Saul was the anointed of God...though he caused David great trouble.

  • What is the truth proclaimed?
The truth is…

  • The Lord is my Rock
  • The Lord is my Fortress
  • The Lord is my Deliverer
  • The Lord is my Shield
  • The Lord is my Salvation
  • The Lord is my High Tower
  • The Lord is my Refuge
  • The Lord is my Savior
  • The Lord saves me from violence

In Him will I trust.

Can you say this?
Do you say this?
Do you live this?
Do you trust in man or in God?

Most would say “in God”, but their lives would reflect that their faith, hope and trust reside in man, especially the political and religious mechanizations of man.

We will continue later...line upon line...precept upon precept…

Read on if you can not wait… Happy Happy

You will be amazed at what we are about to learn.

In the meantime, be certain that you can proclaim what David did.

If you can not, go before the Lord.

He will change you!

Take a moment and pray each of these truths as a point of declaration, proclamation and rejoicing before the Lord.

Lord, You are my Rock!
Lord, You are my Fortress!
Lord, You are…