“Angels guard and protect us, in accordance with God’s will and perhaps in answer to our prayers to Him.”
“Our faith, love for God, and love for one another collided, deepening our love in a way that we had never felt before – and giving us a reservoir of strength to draw on that often felt not of this world.”
Psalm 91 is called “the soldier’s prayer,” but we don’t need to be a soldier to seek God’s refuge and protection.
Psalm 91 is often referred to as the “Soldier’s Psalm,” because it offers refuge and protection in times of danger. However, it isn’t limited to soldiers. It is available to all believers.