You are my hiding place!

Psalm 91 can be life-changing. Choose people to pray psalm 91 over. It could be yourself, your son, your husband or wife, etc. Many people have seen the benefits of this prayer.

Ask yourself the following,
• Am I tossing and turning at night with worry?
• Am I trying to figure a way out of that impossible problem?
• Do I feel like I am completely alone with no one to help?
• Is depression dogging my steps? Have a lack of joy, an absence of hope?
• Do I find it harder and harder to laugh and find delight in life?

                                Reflect on this psalm for the next 5 days and let God’s Word bring forth what it says it would do.


Psalm 91 FatherSon

1 Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty.[a]

2 I will say of the LORD, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.”

 3 Surely he will save you from the fowler’s snare and from the deadly pestilence.
 4 He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart.angel2
 5 You will not fear the terror of night,nor the arrow that flies by day,6 nor the pestilence that stalks in the darkness, nor the plague that destroys at midday.


7 A thousand may fall at your side, ten thousand at your right hand, but it will not come near you.
8 You will only observe with your eyes and see the punishment of the wicked.

9 If you say, “The LORD is my refuge,” and you make the Most High your dwelling,

 10 no harm will overtake you, no disaster will come near your tent.
11 For he will command his angels concerning you to guard you in all your ways;
12 they will lift you up in their hands, so that you will not strike your foot against a stone.

13 You will tread on the lion and the cobra; you will trample the great lion and the serpent.

14 “Because he[b] loves me,” says the LORD, “I will rescue him; I will protect him, for he acknowledges my name.
15 He will call on me, and I will answer him; I will be with him in trouble, I will deliver him and honor him.
 16 With long life I will satisfy him and show him my salvation.”




God Bless, Jane Ouijada, Proud mom of a US Marine!
I would like to give testimony of a miracle God preformed for my son Lcpl. Mikhail Quijada and Gunnery Sergeant Todd Bryd Oct. 5th 2005 in Iraq. They were in convoy when the LAV they were in ran over a IED ( land mine). The mine didn’t go off when the first set of tires went over it. If it had, it could of killed or seriously injured my son and his sergeant. It exploded when the second set rolled over it destroying the vehicle but without harming Mikhail or Todd. Mikhail’s loving wife has been reading Psalm 91 over him morning and night. She has a copy of your book that I had sent her. We are so grateful to God for His Word first of all, but for you also for making Psalm 91 more than just writing on a page;”>
On an otherwise beautiful saturday morning , many Americans were suddenly shocked by live television images of the space shuttle, Columbia, disintegrating before our eyes during its final approach to a landing at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
 Not long after that event, I received an e-mail from a pastor in Colorado. He was searching for insight into the meaning of the promises in Psalm 91—urgent in light of the death of Columbia’s Mission Commander, Rick Husband, who openly professed faith in Christ. But the issue went beyond that to the suffering and death of countless other Godly believers throughout history.


“Many people came to know and trust the Lord during World War II. One was an Englishman who was held in a German prison camp for a long period of time. One day he read Psalm 91. ‘ Father in Heaven, ‘ he prayed, ‘ I see all these men dying around me, one after the other. Will I also have to die here? I am still young and I very much want to work in Your kingdom here on earth.’
He received this answer:’ Rely on what you have just read and go home!’ Trusting in the Lord, he got up and walked into the corridor toward the gate. A guard called out, ‘Prisoner, where are you going?’
‘ I am under the protection of the Most High,’ he replied. The guard came to attention and let him pass, for Adolf Hitler was known as ‘ the Most High.’ He came to the gate, where a group of guards stood. They commanded him to stop and asked where he was going. ‘ I am under the protection of the Most High.’ All the guards stood at attention as he walked out the gate.
The English officer made his way through the German countryside and eventually reached England, where he told how he had made his escape.
He was the only one to come out of that prison alive. “


Testimony of Sergeant Harold Barclay of Brownwood, Texas

as told by his daughter,  Janie Boyd


Sergeant George Harold Barclay Served in WWII in General Patton’s 320th Infantry of the U.S. Army, Company E. Continuous fear eliminated any expectation of ever returning to his wife and baby daughter. The same fear kept his wife terrified when she would see a Western Union truck delivering letters of war casualties. Once a Western Union messenger came to her door by mistake and she said that she froze with terror. Sometimes as many as six weeks would go by without a letter, during which time the News reported that half of Barclay’s company had been killed. The Battle of the Bulge saw his whole outfit cut off from the rest of the army.

 Finally, however a letter came from Harold saying that God had given him Psalm 91, and he now had absolute certainty that he would come home without even an injury. So certain was he of this promise in Psalm 91, that when the medics said they needed volunteers to go to the front lines to bring back the injured, Harold volunteered and made repeated trips under extreme enemy fire, saving many lives.

 The citation for the Bronze Star Award that he received said “…for bravery”, but Harold insisted that it wasn’t bravery since he knew nothing would happen to him because of the covenant promise God had given to him in  Psalm 91. When he came home without a scratch, it was obvious that angels had indeed borne him up in their hands, allowing no evil to befall him ( Psalm 91: 11-12).


                                                 Deliver us in Your Righteousness!

Once, I was traveling late at night on a steep mountain road in Romania.  As
we took a steep curve, I heard a loud noise and realized that the front axle of
the automobile had broken.  The car immediately began to careen out of
control and head over the side of the mountain.  I had time to say ONE word.  
  I cried out a special name for God which means “Saviour”.   When I spoke
this special name for God, the car suddenly turned from its course over the
side of the mountain and stopped right on the edge of the cliff!  God saved our
lives by a great miracle, but not because we were so good.  God saved our
lives by a great miracle because God is so good!  That means that you, your
family and every family in the world are just as important to God as I am!


This story is true, but the names of the people have been changed, and the country cannot be revealed due to sensitivity.
After twenty years of ministry in other lands, God led the family of Glen and Peggy Gray to Ukraine. They were the first Assemblies of God missionaries to reside in this former Communist country. As academic dean, Glen was correlating and organizing studies at the Ukraine Assemblies of God Bible School located in the capital city of Kiev.
The Grays arrived in August 1993, excited about helping to train pastors and leaders for the growing Pentecostal churches.
Weeks later, after many discouragements, including not being able to find housing (the four of them were living in one room with no cooking facilities) and visa delays, they decided to take a break. With their students, they attended a Christian youth music festival celebrated by the Ukrainian church. Young people from all over the country displayed their talents in worshiping the Lord.
As the Grays were leaving the festival, a visiting pastor from the States followed them to the car. Sensing their discouragement, he prayed for their housing needs. Then before he left, he shook his finger at Glen and Peggy and said, “Psalm 91, guys! Psalm 91 is your cover!”
“What does that beautiful psalm have to do with our housing.
About fifteen minutes later Peggy, daughter Charlene, and son Shawn were sitting in their Speed the Light car outside a hotel. Glen had gone inside to exchange dollars into local currency. Peggy and the children were talking and “people watching” when all of a sudden Charlene yelled, “Mom, that guy has a gun!”
As Peggy looked, she saw not one but many men with guns surrounding them and other cars, as well as a large tourist bus. Peggy screamed for the kids to hit the floor of the car.
They got down as far as possible, and Peggy told them to pray that their dad would not walk out into this major robbery. Minutes seemed like hours as they cried out to God. Once Peggy peeked up and saw a man standing directly in front of the car, waving his gun wildly. He looked right at Peggy, so she quickly flattened herself down behind the driver’s seat again and prayed. The man never came to their new Speed the Light car—an obvious target!
Peggy had an overwhelming sense of being covered. In the short time she’d looked up, she’d seen men with guns beating people. Other victims lay bleeding on the ground.
Meanwhile, when Glen tried to leave the hotel, he was almost knocked down by three of the bandits who were attempting to escape by racing into the hotel. He paused at the door, horrified to see men struggling with the armed robbers.
In a few minutes, he was able to race to the car, where he was relieved to find his family safe. Quickly he drove them away.
They returned to the center where we were staying, and George Dawidiuk, a Ukrainian-American evangelist, prayed with the Grays. Then, without knowing of the previous pastor’s prayer, he too shook his finger at them and said, “Hey, guys! Psalm 91! Psalm 91 is your cover!”
“Mom, that’s what the other man said!” Charlene whispered.
They went quickly to their room, opened their Bibles, and read together, “He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart. You will not fear the terror of night, nor the arrow that flies by day (or bullets?), nor the plague that destroys at midday (the worsening of fear, anger, and disillusionment here).
“A thousand may fall at your side, ten thousand at your right hand, (Oh, Lord, we saw that today at the right side of our car!) but it will not come near you.
“You will only observe with your eyes and see the punishment of the wicked. (We saw that carried out by the undercover agents!) If you make the Most High your dwelling—even the Lord, who is my refuge—then no harm will come near your tent (or car?),” Psalm 91:4-10, NIV.
Verses 14, 15, and 16 are the Grays’ family slogan now! Whenever the shaky conditions make them nervous, they look at each other and say as a family, “Psalm 91, guys! Psalm 91!”
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