Psalm 46 is much on my mind, and especially the line, “Therefore, we will not fear, though the earth should change.” As I read it recently, it went through my mind in this form: “Therefore, we will not fear, though the church should change.”
This is a time of great shaking for Christ’s church, an anxious time for many. It doesn’t hurt to hear again and again that “God is our refuge and our strength, a very present help in trouble.” And it doesn’t hurt to remember that in Matthew 28, Easter dawns with an earthquake.
The living Lord of hosts is indeed with us in the church, and the God of Jacob is our refuge.
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