Refuge

Refuge

 
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  • Then I pray to you, O LORD. I say, "You are my place of refuge. You are all I really want in life. - Psalms 142:5


  • He is my loving ally and my fortress, my tower of safety, my deliverer. He stands before me as a shield, and I take refuge in him. He subdues the nations* under me.1 - Psalms 144:2


  • Those who fear the LORD are secure; he will be a place of refuge for their children. - Proverbs 14:26


  • The wicked are crushed by their sins, but the godly have a refuge when they die. - Proverbs 14:32


  • What should we tell the enemy messengers? Tell them that the LORD has built Jerusalem,* and that the poor of his people will find refuge in its walls.1 - Isaiah 14:32


  • The desperate refugees take only the possessions they can carry and flee across the Ravine of Willows. - Isaiah 15:7


  • Moab's refugees at Sela send lambs to Jerusalem* as a token of alliance with the king of Judah.1 - Isaiah 16:1


  • O people of Tema, bring food and water to these weary refugees. - Isaiah 21:14


  • But to the poor, O LORD, you are a refuge from the storm. To the needy in distress, you are a shelter from the rain and the heat. For the oppressive acts of ruthless people are like a storm beating against a wall, - Isaiah 25:4


  • You boast that you have struck a bargain to avoid death and have made a deal to dodge the grave.* You say, "The Assyrians can never touch us, for we have built a strong refuge made of lies and deception."3 - Isaiah 28:15


  • "I will take the measuring line of justice and the plumb line of righteousness to check the foundation wall you have built. Your refuge looks strong, but since it is made of lies, a hailstorm will knock it down. Since it is made of deception, the enemy will come like a flood to sweep it away. - Isaiah 28:17


  • For you have no place of refuge--the bed you have made is too short to lie on. The blankets are too narrow to cover you. - Isaiah 28:20


  • LORD, you are my strength and fortress, my refuge in the day of trouble! Nations from around the world will come to you and say, "Our ancestors were foolish, for they worshiped worthless idols. - Jeremiah 16:19


  • Her refugees will climb the hills of Luhith, weeping bitterly, while cries of terror rise from Horonaim below. - Jeremiah 48:5


  • And on that day a refugee from Jerusalem will come to you in Babylon and tell you what has happened. - Ezekiel 24:26


  • He will take refuge in his own fortresses but will stumble and fall, and he will be seen no more. - Daniel 11:19


  • The LORD's voice will roar from Zion and thunder from Jerusalem, and the earth and heavens will begin to shake. But to his people of Israel, the LORD will be a welcoming refuge and a strong fortress. - Joel 3:16
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    New Living Translation Bible used with permission Tyndale House Publishers.

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