Psalms 23 Proverbs 3:5
In my box I place my little green Bible. This Bible sits in my living room open to Psalms 23. It is extremely tiny and only has the books of Psalms and Proverbs in it. Those two books contain the most important Bible scriptures to me;
I recite them every day and apply them to my day to day tasks.
The above passages are very meaningful to me. Actually they are vital to my being. Psalms 23 is a passage that I have been familiar with since I could learn to pray. My Bible study class required that we memorize this passage
as an activity. Of course, at the time, I did not realize the power of this scripture.
2004 was a traumatic year for me, who am I kidding? It was the MOST traumatic year of my life to date. Everything that could go wrong did just that: went wrong. I found myself feeling so low, abused and alone; the only way
I could have possibly gone was up. However I was not alone, nor had I ever been; God was always with me. I just could not see or hear him because I had allowed myself to become so engulfed in the world society.