The Christian believer will, at all times, flee to Jehovah. Jacob flies to Laban; the murderer to the refuge; the bird to its mountain; and the Christian to their God. Asa may seek physicians; Ephraim to King Jareb; and Saul to the witch; but the believer looks to their God. The Lord receives, befriends, and secures.
Let us flee to Him by prayer, in faith, with hope, for salvation; and He will receive us, shelter us, and be our refuge and strength. Flee from sin, from self, from the world; but flee to Jesus. His heart is always directed towards us; His ear is open to us; and His hand is ready to help, protect, and deliver us. His throne is our asylum, His promise our comfort, and His omnipotence our guard.
Who has quiet shall molest?
Who shall violate his rest?
He who found the wandering sheep,
Loves, and still delights to keep.