I believe the Lord is speaking to those who have felt “close to the edge” in some way.
You have been stretched, and may be wondering if you are reaching the limits of your capacity.

Your Father wants you to know that you are safe in His hands.

“Jesus stretched out His hand and caught him…” (Matt 14:31)

The Jar on the Table

“But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us.” (2 Cor 4:7, NIV)

This week while praying, a picture of a large jar came to mind.
It was sitting near the end of a table—at the side, on the very edge.
And I saw the hand of the Lord come in and move that jar back, to the very middle of the table.

If you can relate to this simple image of being “close to the edge”, the Lord wants you to know that He has got you!

You are safe in His hands.
God is restoring your stability. And as you yield to Him, your heart will be centered in Him again.

  • You will be able to continue serving where you are called to.

The Day Jesus Rescued Peter

It reminds me of a time Peter found himself in a precarious situation.

He stepped out of his boat on a word from Jesus!
But then—even though he was in the middle of obeying the Lord—his attention strayed to the storm around him.

He was surrounded by instability.
There was wind, there were waves, and there was nothing for Peter to stand on.

He began to sink.

“And immediately Jesus stretched out His hand and caught him, and said to him, “O you of little faith, why did you doubt?” And when they got into the boat, the wind ceased.” (Matthew 14:31-32, NKJV)

Stability Returned!

Just as Peter began to fall, Jesus reached out His hand towards him.

So today, if you feel vulnerable…If your world has been rocked, or there is instability all around, see Jesus’ hand reaching out to you.

In His hand is God’s help; His strength.
That hand is His presence with you.
In Jesus’ hand is safety and security.

At the moment Peter took Jesus’ hand, stability returned!
He was restored to a position of faith, and able to return to the boat with Jesus.

You will be Positioned Securely

When Jesus and Peter climbed into the boat, the storm stopped miraculously.

Amazed, Peter and his friends worshipped Jesus. [1]

Today, even though there may be instability all around you, see the Lord holding out His hand to you.

“He also brought me up out of a horrible pit, Out of the miry clay, And set my feet upon a rock, And established my steps. He has put a new song in my mouth— Praise to our God; Many will see it and fear, And will trust in the LORD.” (Psalms 40:2-3, NKJV)

You may have felt in danger at times—or even, that you are near a breaking point. But as you take Jesus’ hand now by faith, know this:
He is lifting you, and you are being positioned securely.

Worship—and with it, the joy you may have thought lost—is rising from within you.

And many around you are being touched by the supernatural move of God on your life.

[1] This story is from Matthew 14:22-33

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49 thoughts on “Prophetic Word: You are Safe in God’s Hands”

  1. Thank you so much it’s a confirmation of the God gave at midnight from Isaiah 41:13
    More grace Prophet of God,keep on praying us and we pray for you

  2. I just spoke with someone last night and said I’m exhausted. I have two weeks left of school and I don’t have all of my assignments completed. I’ve already asked for an incomplete so that I can complete them but I experience so many setbacks due to various reasons. I did feel as though I was on the edge. I’m glad that is again reminded twice this week within four days that he’s stabilizing me.
    God bless you and your team

  3. Good morning, thanks for sharing this prophetic word. This really spoke to me on every aspect of my life with all that I am dealing with right now. I was just reminded of a dream someone had about me . They said , “The Lord wants to settle you” . I finally understand now. And I asked the Lord to settle me .

  4. Thanks for the message it came on time yesterday my son was hijacked they took everything but thanks to God they didn’t kill him I give God all the glory

  5. Thank you so much Helen..I really needed to hear these words “I’m safe in his hands”. Currently going through a really tough period. And it felt like I wasn’t just feeling God anymore. I couldn’t even bring myself to pray as I used to. But these words mean a whole lot to me right now. Thank you so much

  6. i am a pastor in a third world country who has to labor again and again to feed the flock God has put under my care, sometimes i get to the edge of breaking and struggle to find encouragement like this! what a blessing it has been to me! God bless you.

    i am comforted and encouraged, now stronger and better

    1. Hi Desmy, I’m praying for you right now, may the encouragement fill and strengthen you, and spill over in your care of others

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