The Presence of God protects you

by Jul 31, 2023

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes.

We are here today because we have experienced the love of Jesus Christ. Don’t let that love for God fade away.
We can stay under the shelter of the Most High or walk away from Him. In Romans, we are assured that neither life nor death can separate us from God’s love. However, the cares of this century can drown out the Word; you may be here physically, but with your mind set on the business of tomorrow.

The river represents the presence of God, a strength and defense against any adversity that arises. Even though we have Satan as an enemy, it is important to remember that in the kingdom of God we have Jehovah of Hosts and he is Almighty.
Satan is subject to God, and he can do nothing without his permission. Let us reflect on the attitude of Job, who offered holocausts to God for each of his children, interceding for his protection against Satan’s attempts to harm them.

So we must also pray and intercede for our loved ones. In the Bible we find men who accumulated wealth, but could not fully enjoy it. The Lord is our strong and protective shield; We see it in the case of Job when Satan asked God to touch his life. Being in the presence of God, next to the river, gives us strength and assures us that we lack nothing. But if we distance ourselves from God, we lack everything and we will perish.

Therefore, let us value his presence in our lives, since He provides us with food and hope, even in the midst of adversity. Do not allow the cares of this world to keep you from this purpose. Even in the midst of diseases, let us continue to serve God, since we have neglected his presence.

God is with us every day, and if He is for us, who can be against us? Have trust in God, even though we face many problems, He is on our side.

As a church, we must stand up and stand up for our values. God is our refuge, so we must depend on Him, and not just our work, intelligence or strength.

Sincerely, Pastor Guillermo Ayala.

  • Psalm 46:4-7
  • Romans 8
  • Job 1


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