If you were hiding under these wings,
you’d have a watch hen’s protection.

He has a price on his head.
No place to lay his head.
But somehow he keeps his head.
He turns his focus to God and finds refuge!
Refuge is a favorite word of David’s in the Psalms.
But never did David use the word more poignantly
than in Psalm 57—a song of David
when he fled from Saul into the cave.
On his face, lost in shadows and thought, nowhere to turn.
But then he remembers he is not alone.
And from the recesses of the cave his voice floats:

Be merciful unto me, O God, be merciful unto me:
for my soul trusteth in thee:
yea, in the shadow of thy wings will I make my refuge,
until these calamities be overpast. verse 1

Make God your refuge.
Not your job, your spouse, your reputation, or your retirement account.
Make God your refuge!
Let Him encircle you.
Let Him be the foundation upon which you stand!
And that foundation will support you right into eternity.

In the shadow of thy wings – A metaphor taken from the brood of a hen taking shelter under her wings when they see a bird of prey; and there they continue to hide themselves till their enemy disappears. In a storm, or tempest of rain, the mother covers them with her wings to afford them shelter and defense. This the psalmist has particularly in view, as the following words show: “Until these calamities be over past.” Clarke’s Commentary

Hide in Him . . . Today

Let us ‘Walk in Grace’ together
for there is’ Joy in the Journey and good times in the going’.