Webster dictionary says that to dwell is being in place of calmness and relaxation as one dwells in their own home. In the same way, we abide in our homes when we remain or stay there.
To proclaim the Lord is your refuge is to claim that He is your protection from danger or difficulty and is a place of safety.
What are ways we are trapped by the devil or an evil person? God promises to rescue us.
The truth and faithfulness of God protect our mind from the evil forces at work to harm us.
When we find refuge under the wings of God’s truth and faithfulness, we do not have to fear the unseen.
In verses five and six, we learned that we do not have to fear unseen evil if we stay under the protection of the wings of God’s truth and faithfulness (vs. 4). The next two verses are hard to understand if we do not have the vantage point of dwelling by faith in the secret place of God (verses one and two)
Have you ever wondered if you had guardian angels? Have you ever wondered if you can overcome the evil spirit influences in your life?
Where does the Bible state, we will not have troubles? It doesn’t. In fact, troubles are a part of everyday life. Webster defines trouble as something or someone who causes pain or discomfort; mental agitation; worry; harassment; etc.
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