When you live in the upper mid-west, you learn to put up with a few things; snow, cold, wind, short days, bugs and road work. In fact, it has been said that in North Dakota, our state bird is the mosquito and we only have two seasons; road construction and winter.
Thank you, Lord, for being my shelter and my strength. Thank you that you have chosen me and not rejected me. Thank you, that when I cling to you, your right hand upholds me and I can approach you with confidence - knowing that you have covered me with your mercy and grace, not only in my time of need, but always. You are worthy of my praise and my trust. My soul clings to you and I will pour out my heart to you - for You are my Refuge.
God's Word was such an encouragement to me today! Check it out: (Psalm 62:8, Psalm 63:8, Isaiah 41:9-10, Hebrews 4:16)