How Are You? Better Yet, How Is Your Heart?

Speaker: Bob Drumm

Psalm 46 is a well-known biblical passage  recognized for its message of trust and reliance on God in times of trouble and upheaval.

A declaration of God’s power and providence in the midst of chaos and turmoil, Psalms 46 begins by asserting that God is a refuge and strength, an ever-present help in times of trouble. The psalm emphasizes that even when the earth trembles, mountains fall into the sea, and the nations are in an uproar, God remains in control.

The psalmist encourages people to be still and know that God is God, exalted among the nations and over all the earth. This verse is often quoted as a call for trust and a reminder of God’s sovereignty.

The psalm ends with a vision of peace and tranquility, with the assurance that God will ultimately bring an end to war and make wars cease throughout the world. It closes with the famous line: “Be still, and know that I am God; I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth.”

Overall, Psalm 46 is a source of comfort and encouragement, reminding believers to place their trust in God, especially in the midst of turmoil and uncertainty, as He is the ultimate source of strength and peace.

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