You Are Covered With His Feathers – Day 2

How are you feeling today? 

Calm? Distraught? Joyful? Anxious? Courageous? Fearful? Grounded? Uprooted?  Frustrated? Peaceful? Something else altogether? 

Now, more than ever, it’s so easy to get distracted by the concerns of the world and the feelings our circumstances inspire, that we can forget we have an almighty Father who loves us. However, our feelings don’t always reflect the truth of his love for us, and they can blind us to his presence in our lives. 

The glorious truth is he’s always with you, regardless of how difficult it is to see him. He is always listening to your prayers and working for our best interests. Jesus is for you and watching over you. He alone is your hope and rescue, your champion and protector.

With today’s post, we’re continuing the Overflowing Jesus Journal prompts, and this is Day 2. If you missed it, here is the Day 1 prompt.

Read over this verse and let it sink into your soul before you begin writing.

Psalm 91:2-42 This I declare about the Lord: He alone is my refuge, my place of safety;  he is my God, and I trust him. 3 For he will rescue you from every trap and protect you from deadly disease. 4 He will cover you with his feathers. He will shelter you with his wings.  His faithful promises are your armor and protection.

Day 2 Prompts:

  • Think back on a time God comforted you. How did it feel to be covered with his feathers and sheltered in his wings? If you’re new to the faith or can’t recall having that type of experience, write down how you imagine it would feel.
  • Write a prayer, placing your full trust in him. Let him be your refuge.
  • Cast your fears, worries, and anxieties on him, and thank him for protecting you.
  • Write three things you’re grateful for. (No repeats from previous entries!)

If this is your first time here, welcome! This is one of 40 prayer journal posts. To keep moving through them, just click the left button on the post carousel below and follow them in chronological order to get the full healing experience. Just let God move through them at a pace that brings you peace. I pray this experience blesses you, brings clarity, and draws you closer to God, the way it did for me and many other people!

Now that the 40 days of journal prompts are completed, I’ll post to the blog, once per week, on Thursday mornings. I’m working on a big, exciting project – one that will benefit you! – so I had to rearrange my schedule to allow myself the time needed to focus on that. (Can’t wait to tell you about it in the coming weeks! Be on the lookout!)

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Crunched for time and want to move through the prompts more like a buffet? That’s great, too! Write on the ones speak to you and tug at your heartstrings. Let the Lord guide you through them. This is your journey and I’m honored this blog is a part of it!


If this made a difference to you, please leave a comment and share the links to your social media. You never know who needs encouragement or a little more hope and joy in their life!

Would you like to (re)invite Jesus into your heart? If so, congratulations, sister! This post is for you.

I’m praying for you, friend. Thanks for reading! Have a beautiful day and be blessed!

7 thoughts on “You Are Covered With His Feathers – Day 2

  1. Thank you, Julie, for this! I am praising Our Father for this timing, for your timing, your being Julie, in creating, in sharing this. I am in circumstances that quiet time… “being still and know I am God”… is forefront, calling my heart and mind for focus on Gods direction.
    I bought a prayer journal in March!
    This is perfect!

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    1. Thank you so much! I’m so happy to hear it resonated with you! God is such an amazing Father and taking the time to be still with him is a beautiful, life changing practice. We could all use a little (or a lot) more of that!

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