The Bible teaches: God is a refuge for us (Psalm 62:8). What is the message in the scripture, and how does it impact our life?

asked 22 Jan '10, 06:21

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edited 22 Aug '12, 20:20

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A phrase from the movie Poultergeist keeps coming to mind:

There is peace and serenity in the light.

When we are centered in the ego, we are vulnerable to all sorts of things that can affect our emotional state, our well-being, and our sense of peace. But when we are connected with our Source, we are connected with that which is infinite, eternal, and serene. We are thus far more capable when we are connected to God.


answered 22 Jan '10, 10:06

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What an inspiring answer, and I can almost feel the peace, and serenity in your words. You are so right, we are far more capable when we are connected to God.

(22 Jan '10, 23:17) Inactive User ♦♦

The bible doesn't teach anything. It is a book. You read it and interprete it anyway you wish. Most people interprete it incorrectly, however if that works for you then all is good. If you need the crutch then use it.


answered 21 Sep '12, 07:14

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