I Shall Not Be Shaken
The people of God are never far from trouble and hardship, but regardless of our circumstances, we can say with confidence along with David, “I shall not be shaken.” Because of Christ’s finished work on the cross, we can find our hope in the promises of God—not in what he can give us in this life, but in who he is. Through faith in Jesus, we can know forgiveness of our sins, and the fullness of joy that salvation in him brings. For this unshakeable security, we only need to run to Jesus, our refuge.
Topics: Faith, Salvation, Eternal Security, Promises of God
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