Psalm 94:18

Psalm 94:18
When I said, “My foot is slipping,” your unfailing love, LORD, supported me.
Psalm 94:18

After Thought

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Trust the Lord with your troubles. He loves you far more than you can know. He will bear you up when you are weak and give you healing and rest.
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~ Pastor Bob
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