9 If you say, “The Lord is my refuge,” and you make the Most High your dwelling,
10 no harm will overtake you, no disaster will come near your tent. Psalm 91:9-10
Consider these verses in light of the Lord Jesus Christ. God the Father was certainly His refuge, but what about verse 10?
If we look at these verses in the spiritual world, it makes a lot of sense.
Satan and his wicked angels could not destroy Jesus, but they certainly tried.
In the same way, Satan can destroy our bodies, but our souls will remain intact and unharmed.
It’s very easy to say that when I’m sitting behind a computer in a comfortable room with no cares in the world. It’s another thing entirely to say that when we’re in the midst of persecution. It would be very easy to lose hope.
But as you know, our Brothers and Sisters around the world undergo intense persecution daily. Occasionally we’ll hear about them on the news, but not nearly enough.
Continue to pray for these Brothers and Sisters abroad. I don’t think we quite understand the effect our prayers have on their lives.