GOD IS OUR REFUGE
Psalm 46:1-3 (NKJV) says,
“God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in (a time of) trouble. Therefore, we will not fear even though the earth be removed, and though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea; though its waters roar and be troubled, though the mountains shake with its swelling.”
God often judges the nations, even His own, when they have turned away from Him. He frequently uses natural disasters of a great magnitude to get their attention. However, those who have turned away often fail to recognize this as His judgement, even though property insurance companies categorize destruction as an “act of God.” That correction fails to occur. Sin continues to run rampant.
Our nation “as a whole” has turned its back on God. Millions do not even believe in God. Earthquakes are stronger and more frequent than ever. Massive flooding has destroyed crops, gigantic fires have devoured millions of acres and thousands of homes. Exceptionally strong hurricanes have come upon us in recent years. Yet, America continues to turn further and further away from God.
Now we have had the Covid-19 virus pandemic. Rioting in the cities and streets has brought about violence and destruction. It is looking like a rise towards anarchy. It is being fueled and funded by globalist power brokers seeking to destroy the social, religious, moral, and economics of America, the one country that is their biggest obstacle to seizing control of the whole world.
They will not stop until they have their “New World Order,” with one universal “money,” one governing over all the nations of the world, one “religious” or belief system, and
a world order in which Christians will be seen as the enemy of the governing entity.
The current corona virus and anarchy is only just the beginning. Hang on, folks, for it will get much worse. Put your trust in God. We can run into Jesus’ name as a refuge, a place of shelter. Re-read Psalm 46:1-3, then read Psalm 91. In the place of intimacy (secret place) we find comfort. In Him we find strength. If circumstances become difficult, read Philippians 4:11-13. Christ will strengthen His own to be able to endure all circumstances, whether good or bad.
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