Who is Psalms 91 talking about?
The verses describe Moses’ own experience entering the Tabernacle and being enveloped by the Divine cloud. Midrash Tehillim and Zohar teach that Moses composed this psalm while ascending into the cloud hovering over Mount Sinai, at which time he recited these words as protection from the angels of destruction.
How is Psalm 91 true?
Ultimately, Psalm 91 is a proclamation that God is more than able to protect and deliver His people from harm and danger. It is a declaration of faith in His power and might. So much so that when we do encounter harm or danger, we are certain that it is not because He is unable to keep us.
Is Psalm 91 a prayer of protection?
Psalm 91. V1 Whoever goes to the LORD for safety, whoever remains under the protection of the Almighty, V2 can say to him, “You are my defender and protector. You are my God; in you I trust.”
What are the promises in Psalm 91?
I will be with him in trouble; I will rescue him and honor him. And let him see My salvation.” Oh, that in every fear, battle, sickness, and destruction we would find shelter in the Almighty.
What is the secret place of Psalm 91?
There is a secret place in the presence of God, and it is a place that we can ABIDE in. It is a place that everyone does not go, but it is completely accessible by the blood of the Lamb.
Is Psalm 91 a covenant?
Psalm 91 – God’s Covenant of Protection.
How do you pray Psalm 91 over your family?
Though a thousand may fall at our sides, though ten thousand may die around us, these evils will not touch our family. We have made the Lord our refuge and we have made the Most High our shelter-no evil will conquer us and no plague will come near our home. He has ordered his angels to protect us wherever we go.”
What is a real name of Jesus?
Jesus’ name in Hebrew was “Yeshua” which translates to English as Joshua.
How do I pray to protect my family?
Your love and faithfulness, along with Your goodness and mercy, surround me daily, so I will not fear whatever might come against me. My trust is in You, God, and I give thanks to You for Your love and protection. In Jesus’ name, Amen. Grant, O Lord, thy protection and in protection, strength.