When it seems like the foundations of our faith are being shaken

“The Lord is my rock” (2 Samuel 22:2).

When it seems like the foundations of our faith are being shaken, we need to remember this: “The Lord is my rock.”

What are we to say about these words, “The Lord is my rock.”

Sometimes, we hear people saying, “My faith is my rock. I don’t know where I’d be without my faith.” Is there too much of my faith in this?” When we speak of “my faith” in this way, we must avoid giving the impression that our faith is, always, strong. Sometimes, it’s not.

We need to look beyond “my faith.” We need to look to the Lord. It’s the Lord, who is our rock.

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