When I was younger and involved with Boy Scouts, my friends and I often played a game called Ringalevio — a variation of Hide & Seek — when we camped together. After several losses during the game, I finally discovered the perfect hiding place — a rocky hillside near our campsite. I simply climbed the hill, stood on a large boulder, and waved my arms at the opponents. Whenever they got close, I moved to a higher rock. They never caught me because I stayed ahead of their approach.
In my meditation, I relate a similar scenario where David finds the perfect hiding place, high upon a rock. That rock of safety showed him God's greatness. We all have access to this same spiritual rock in Christ. May God lead each of us to “the rock that is higher than I” (Psalm 61:2, NIV).
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