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“Where can I go from Your Spirit?  Or where can I flee from Your presence?  If I ascend into heaven, You are there; if I make my bed in hell, behold, You are there.  If I take the wings of the morning, and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea,” (Psalm 138:7-9)

Remove the limits from your thinking.  There is no place where the Lord is not.  There is nothing the Lord does not already know.  Sin and punishment: He already knows the outcome of everyone’s action.  Salvation and redemption: He already knows the actions of all who will ever live.  The Lord knows all things and has created all things.  Wherever you go, there He is.

Lord, teach my feet to stop running away that I may learn to walk with You.  Teach me to stop looking for answers that do not exist so that I may look to You and receive the revelation of what is true.  Guide me, O Lord, in the way of everlasting and eternal truth.  Guide me ever deeper into Your will and purpose.  Lead me according to Your steadfast love that I may now and always abide in You.

Lord Jesus, You have come that all who turn to You would follow You into everlasting life.  Lead me in the way of Your truth.  Guide me according to Your purposes that I may now and always abide in Your goodness.  Help me to see in You the hope of glory and the truth of Your presence.  You who knows all things, keep me in Your shadow so that I may walk in the true light.  Amen.

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