God Is in the Midst of Her: Thoughts on Psalm 46

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“When we face pain and difficulties in life, it can be tempting to feel alone, abandoned to our trouble. Indeed, one of the key elements of fear and anxiety is the feeling that we are facing our threat alone.”

This past Sunday, my pastor preached from Psalm 46 on finding refuge in God when life goes wrong. I had the honor of typing up a short post for my church’s blog on one way in which we can apply that to our lives (and this will become a weekly thing!). Here’s an excerpt, and you can follow the link below to take a look. I pray it serves you.

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When we face pain and difficulties in life, it can be tempting to feel alone, abandoned to our trouble. Indeed, one of the key elements of fear and anxiety is the feeling that we are facing our threat alone. And one of the points Benny made yesterday morning addresses this issue directly. It comes from v. 4-5 of Psalm 46 (ESV):

There is a river whose streams make glad the city of God, the holy habitation of the Most High.

God is in the midst of her; she shall not be moved; God will help her when morning dawns.

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