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Psalm 107

Are you in a time of wandering? Hungry? Thristy? Are there chains you can not break? Sickness? Storms? This journey of life will bring us to many different places. Sometimes it will be obvious to the world around us manifested in a move, hospital stay, or loss of a job. Other times our journey will lead us to a desert: feeling far from God, distant from a spouse, or bound by depression. Whatever the circumstances, our journeys will be hard and at times our bridges will take us over stormy seas.

Over and over in Psalm 107 it says:

“Then they cried out to the Lord in their trouble, and he brought them out of their distress.”

If you are in a time of wandering, hungry or thirsty, read verses 6 – 9.

If you are bound in chains or depressed, read verses 13 – 16.

If you are experiencing sickness, read verses 19 – 22.

If you are in the middle of a storm, read verses 28 – 32.

Whatever your situation, cry out to God! He will deliver you.

“Whoever is wise, let him heed the things and consider the great love of the Lord.” – Psalm 107: 43

Be a bridge builder and cry out to God. He will be your bridge to restoration.

About Kimberly Vogel

I am a mom of four beautiful daughters, a writer, and a certified Early Childhood and Elementary Teacher who recently made the switch from teaching in a classroom to teaching her children at home. I am often found in the children’s area of my church where I volunteer and lead a children’s program. Writing is a natural outpouring of my love for my Savior. Follow along while I share my journey as a bridge builder with you. My prayer is that you start building bridges too!

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