Dwelling in the House of the Lord - Spiritual Growth Encouragement Series


Bible Verses: Psalm 23:6

“Only goodness and faithful love will pursue me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the LORD as long as I live. "

Reflect and Respond:

What does it mean to you to "dwell in the house of the Lord"?


Lord, I want to be where You are. I want to know You more. May Your Word come alive in my life today as I take it in and breathe it out. Amen.

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a year ago
Great video great message thank you
a year ago
As Your Word has said, as You lead us, You will make us dwell in the House of the Lord for as long as we live. There is the place I want to be for the remainder of my few days, Lord.
a year ago
Glory be to God. Truth...Amen, by the grace and help of God.
a year ago ( updated a year ago )
Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life: and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever.

Heavenly Father You are the air we breathe. I Praise each new morning for a new beginning to Praise and Glorify Your name. To Inspire encourage others in You as I Pray You will teach me/us to become more like You Jesus and less like us. I Thank You for being Alive within me/us for Your Teachings as You are The One True Teacher as I stand on only Your Holly Truth and Word. Father there was a time when I wanted more but OH Lord I I Thank You for reminding me I am as I am where I am because You put me there. Reminding me/us that You provided our every need and that material things hold no value. I Praise You for all You given me/us and look forward to Your Plan Will for my "Spirit" in You. Knowing Father that The Cross is The Final word. In Jesus name I surrender all to You and let God be. In Your Gracious Blessed name Jesus Amen
a year ago ( updated a year ago )
Thank you, Leisa, for this timely encouragement.
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