14 But I
trusted [batach] in thee, O LORD [Yahovah]:
I said ['amar], Thou art my God ['elohiym]. KJV-Interlinear
14 But as
for me, I trust in Thee, O Lord, I say, "Thou art my God." NASB
And while the world devises all manner of plans to do away with truth, with God, and with you, there is one sure and certain thread that runs throughout history, which is Jesus Christ.
Most of humanity cannot see beyond the scope of this world.
Rulers want to build empires. Celebrities want to build their notoriety. Common folks are tied up in their social lives or hobbies, or just getting by in life.
While the greater truths of reality have to do with God and Satan, and the game of history that will eventually lead us all into eternity. And one way or another, that is where everyone is going to end up.
God designed the logistics of this life to help you survive while you prepare yourself for your spiritual future.
The world tries to convince us all that the world is all that there is. That we are all simple links in a never ending chain that has brought us out of the caves and heading us into something better. But then that something doesn’t seem to apply to anyone except future generations. And it is all a lie, but a very successful lie, because it has convinced the greater numbers of people, that there is nothing to faith, that only the secular things in life are real.
And if you place your faith in the world, then you have nothing except what we studied yesterday, which is that you have nothing.
There is no trust in the world, not in any aspect of it. We have already seen that.
The only trust is in Christ, who is the Lord, who controls history, even though you cannot see that control.
The Lord, is Jesus Christ, who is man, but also, He is a member of the trinity, God or ‘elohiym,’ in the plural. And the plural is used here in contrast to the plans of man, because God has a plan, a perfect plan. The Father authored the plan, the Son executes the plan, and the Spirit reveals the plan.
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