Psalms

The foundation of the righteous in Christ [Part 2]

If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?  Psalms 11:3

Continued from yesterday’s post

Many have wondered at the meaning of this promise.
I take it exactly as He has said it.
Some place caveats and conditions on this promise where none was uttered by the King.
I ask the question: Why will our Lord not hold himself to a higher standard than that which He gives us? Just as one example, as we are commanded to love in the lights of 1 Corinthians 13, then shall our Lord not relate with us, at the very least, in the same sublime light as that shed in 1 Corinthians 13?

Beloved, He has said, that we may boldly claim and be at rest in Him…that we may stake our all on the sovereignty of His Word; He has said that He will never leave us or forsake us…that no man can pull us out of His hand…that we are His- now and always! Glory to God!

Let the child of God draw the precious waters of heavenly refreshing from this truth; let the child of God awaken to the reality that in Christ, the foundation upon which He stands cannot be corrupted…it cannot be removed…it cannot be destroyed!

And in that moment of divine awakening, let us permanently abide…with the ceaseless beams of light streaming steadfastly upon our face…with our hearts pregnant with the certainty of all assurances in Him; Let us continue walking, constantly planting our feet. more firmly, upon this dust-beaten terrain…knowing beyond all shadow of doubt that the foundation upon which the righteous in Christ stands cannot…shall not be destroyed!

Selah!

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