Psalm 84 and Psalm 91:9,10
All of psalm 84 speaks of dwelling places. The bird has a home, the swallow a nest, but those who choose to call home, the presence of the Lord no matter where they are, are blessed with every blessing that God has for them.
Psalm 84:4 “how blessed are those who dwell in your house! They are ever praising you.“
Psalm 91:9,10 for you have made the Lord, my refuge, even the most high, your dwelling place. No evil will befall you, nor will any plague come near your tent.
I woke up this morning, with no agenda on my heart, nothing concerning me, not even an idea of how to pray this morning, so I just sat enjoying His Presence, and as I did, words about his dwelling place which is his presence, began to arise, and particularly right now, about the safety from the plague of the flu, and having peace within our own dwelling places, away from evil.
I thanked the Lord for peace within my borders, peace within my boundaries, peace within my dwelling place that the plague that is out there will not come anywhere near where I live, nor will it touch my husband nor my animals.
I release this word to you, that you will be safe from the evil that is out there, that you will be safe from the plague, that you will have peace within your own borders, within your dwelling places, as you have made the Lord your refuge and your safety, he says no evil shall befall you, nor any plague come near your tent. But you must take that word and make it your own.