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July 20, 2009

Chapter-a-Day Psalm 125

Rock solid. Those who trust in God are like Zion Mountain: Nothing can move it, a rock-solid mountain you can always depend on. Psalm 125:1 (MSG)

Throughout God's message, He is described as a "solid rock" on which we can build our lives and in which we can find shelter from the storm. I found it interesting that the lyric of this song speaks of those who trust in God as rock solid. That mean I and my life the rock-solid mountain.

It prompts me to ask myself this morning: "Am I really "rock solid" or if my life is sand that shifts with every breath of wind and moves with every crashing wave?" I guess lies in where I built my house.

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kr

1-5 Those who trust in God
are like Zion Mountain:
Nothing can move it, a rock-solid mountain
you can always depend on.

So dependable. It is always encouraging to remember that God is there no matter what. This is the kind of life I have tried to model to my wife, kids and friends too. Dependable...I hope I am perceived as such.

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