Psalm 91

Psalm 91

Big Idea: The promises of God belong to Jesus, and because I belong to Jesus, those promises are mine.

The Sweet Seduction of Empty Promises and Half Truth’s |Matthew 4:1-7

Learning to Cling to the Promises of God through the Promise
Keeper | 2 Corinthians 1:20-22; Psalm 91

Promises of God through Christ in Psalm 91:

  • We Can run TO God instead of FROM God in Trouble (Psalm 91:1-2)(Colossians 3:3)
  • We have Complete Protection in this life (Psalm 91:3-7)

“Perhaps at this very moment, down in some cabin, or amidst the noise and
tumult, and the raging of the ocean, when many are alarmed, there are
Christians with calm faces, patiently waiting their Father’s will, whether it
shall be to reach the port of heaven, or to be spared to come again to land,
into the midst of life’s trials and struggles once more. They feel that they are
well-cared for, they know that the storm has a bit in its mouth, and that
God holds it in, and nothing can hurt them; nothing can happen to them
but what God permits.”

Charles Spurgeon, Sermon 902, “Safe shelter”
  • We have supernatural Protection (Psalm 91:11-12)(Hebrews 1:14)
  • We have Tender Deliverance from the Schemes of the Enemy | Psalm
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