Psalm 94:19 - More Great Treatment for Anxiety and Worry.

Psalm 94:19 (NKJV) In the multitude of my 
anxieties within me, Your comforts delight my soul.  

Psalm 94:19 (ESV) When the cares of my heart 
are many, your consolations cheer my soul.  


   My husband, Gene, and I had just returned 
from Slovakia where we'd helped host an 
English-learning evangelistic family camp. We'd come home 
tired, and jetlag added to our fatigue. So did 
thinking about our upcoming schedule. It included 
hosting evening informational meetings for our 
ministry, traveling to Bible colleges to engage with 
students seeking mission opportunities, and speaking 
at retreats and conferences. I also anticipated 
helping my mom for a week 
   Taking a break before hitting that 
schedule seemed necessary, so we prepared our boat 
and launched out. Several days of sunshine and 
soft breezes seemed the perfect antidote for our 
weary bodies and souls. 
   One morning Gene put up the sails and set 
the steering to autopilot I poured two cups of 
hot chocolate. We sipped our drinks and marveled 
at the beauty of water and mountains. Suddenly 
a fin surfaced about 100 feet away. An orca 
   The creature swam straight toward us. A 
second fin appeared. And a third. Within seconds, a 
pod of perhaps thirty orcas surrounded us. They 
swam in front of the boat, under it, and then one 
leaped out of the water behind us and landed with a 
giant splash. 
   The chances of encountering an orca pod 
in that vast expanse of water were slim. Could 
it be that Jesus whispered to the whales and 
sent them to swim across our path? 
   Jesus knows when we need encouragement, 
and He's masterful at sending it our way. His 
consolations always come through His Word. But sometimes 
they come as an unexpected phone call or email, a 
favorite song, or a hug. They come in the form of a 
baby's giggle, a bird's trill, and a rose's scent. 
Sometimes they even show up as a pod of orca whales. 
Grace Fox 
   Faith Step: Identify one consolation by 
which Jesus has cheered your soul recently. 
[Mornings With Jesus 2021 Devotional by Guideposts and 


Divine Comfort
   I am sad this morning. A friend of mine 
was given the news this week that she has 
cancer. It is quite severe, and at this time, the 
prognosis is uncertain. She and her husband have two 
young children and are both in their middle to 
late thirties. Tragic to say the least! 
   When we hear news like this, how should 
we respond? My first response was to call the 
husband, who has worked for us since he was seventeen 
years old. Then I started praying, and have been 
doing so several times a day. Anytime they come to 
my heart - and that is frequently - I pray! I 
pray for God's divine comfort and His grace to 
take over in this situation. I pray for healing 
(preferably a miracle), right doctors, accurate 
diagnosis, and wisdom for the family in making 
decisions. I offer to do anything I can to help, 
although I know that there is not much I can do 
except "be there." 
   I made a promise that we would be there 
for them all the way through the journey, and I 
think that means more to people than we may 
comprehend. We don't have to feel the pressure to give 
answers or advice that we don't have. We help people 
who are hurting immensely when we don't 
"forget them in their pain, especially if what they 
are going through takes a while to get through. 
   God's Word teaches that we are more than 
conquerors (see Romans 8:37), and I believe that is 
true. To me, it means that we can know even before 
difficulty begins that in the end, we will have the 
victory, and God will comfort us all the way through 
it. He will enable us, strengthen us, and hold 
us every step of the way. Yes, we cry, we feel 
unimaginable pain, and we may get confused and ask 
questions that can't be answered at the time, but 
through it all, God is there, giving us assurance 
that we are loved! 
   Father, please comfort all the people who 
are hurting today. You are the one who comforts 
us in our affliction, and we trust You to give 
us grace and more grace to stand firm, even in 
the midst of tragedy. [My Time with God by Joyce 


Stable Hope
   If you have doubts, focus on a truth from 
God's Word. Hope in him; nothing is more stable or 
comforting. Even when we have doubts, God can give us 
renewed hope and joy to keep moving forward. [The 
Daniel Plan 365-Day Devotional] When doubts fill 
your mind, find comfort, hope and joy in God via 
Prayer, the Bible, and Christian fellowship and 


   When anxiety is great within you, turn to 
Me for consolation. Other words for 
"consolation" are comfort, compassion, empathy, help, 
encouragement, reassurance, and relief. I gladly provide 
all of this - and much more - for My children. 
Yet your natural tendency when you're feeling 
anxious is to focus on yourself or your problems. 
The more you do this, the more you forget about 
Me and all the help I can supply. This worldly 
focus only increases your anxiety! Let the 
discomfort you feel at such times alert you to your 
neglect of Me. Whisper My Name, and invite Me into 
your difficulties. 
   Seek My Face, finding comfort in My 
compassion and empathy. Look to Me for encouragement, 
reassurance, and help. I know all about your problems, 
and I also know the best way to deal with them. 
As you relax in My loving Presence, I 
strengthen you and provide relief from your anxiety. I 
reassure you that nothing in all creation can 
separate you from My Love. My consolation is full of 
blessings, beloved; it brings Joy to your soul. (Psa. 
94:19; 27:8; Rom. 8:38, 39) [Jesus Always by Sarah 

   Let My consolation - My comfort - bring 
Joy to your soul. When anxiety is welling up 
within you, come to Me and pour out your heart. 
Then sit quietly in My Presence while I comfort 
you, helping you see things from My perspective. 
I remind you of your heavenly destination, for 
you are indeed on your way to Glory! I infuse My 
Joy and Peace into your heart, mind, and soul.  
   When you are joyful, this changes the way 
you view the world around you. Even though you 
see much darkness, you can also see the Light of 
My Presence continuing to shine. Moreover, the 
Joy in your soul gives you buoyancy, enabling 
you to rise above the countless problems in your 
life. Once you have gained this perspective, you 
will discover that you can comfort others in the 
midst of their troubles. They will find in you the 
consolation that you have found in Me. Thus your Joy 
becomes contagious, "infecting" those around you 
with Joy in their souls! (Psa. 94:19; 62:8; 2Co. 
1:3, 4) [Jesus Always by Sarah Young] 


Psalm 94:19 - Great Treatment for Anxiety 
and Worry. 



If anyone has a paraphrase, commentary or 
testimony on this passage of Scripture, either 
personal or otherwise, I would be interested in 
hearing from you.  Thanks in advance and let's keep 
uplifting Jesus that all might be drawn to Him. Fred 


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