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 In Thee, O LORD, do I put my trust—Psa. 31:1.


 There is nothing that puts the Christian at greater disadvantage in the presence of his foes than for him to let go, even temporarily, his grip upon the anchor of faith. Let him do so for a moment, and of necessity darkness begins to gather round him; he cannot see the brightness of his Father’s face for “without faith it is impossible to please God”; and while he grapples again for the anchor, the powers of darkness fiercely assail him with doubts and fears, based generally upon his human imperfections, which ever bear in mind are covered by the robe of Christ’s righteousness. If we would have the peace of God reign in our hearts, we must never let go our anchor, “nor suffer Satan’s deadliest strife to beat our courage down.” The language of our hearts should always be, “Though he slay me, yet will I trust in him”.



Parallel passages: 1.Chron. 5:20;   2.Chron. 14:11; 20:12; Job 13:15,16; Psa. 18:30; 22:4,5; 27:1;31:6,14,15; 34:1-12; 118:5-9; Prov. 3:5; Isa. 26:3; Dan. 3:17; Mic. 7:7; Hab. 3:19; Rom. 4;  2. Tim.1:12; Heb. 11.


Poems of Dawn, 66: A Perfect Trust.



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