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Trusting God in the Midst of a Pandemic

Psalm 91:2 “…my God: in HIM will I trust”

written by guest blogger Nehemiah Johnson


Spiritual understanding of trust in God means to not have been corrupted through the acquiring of knowledge of another.


Through subtle deception, the church, in general, unknowingly partakes from the tree of knowledge of good and evil, as oppose to only the tree of life (Christ), as God intends. For instance, holding fast to ideological reasonings, described in James 3:15 as wisdom that is earthly, sensual (natural), and devilish, causes one to have strong opinions of or emotional ties to and, therefore, trust in another. i.e., particular president, political party, money, education, culture, religion, morals, etc. Apostle Paul writes in 1 Cor 2:2, ”For I determined to not to know any THING among you, saving {except} Jesus Christ and him crucified”. Oppositely, for the body of Christ, this is the double-minded man, one who proclaims trust in Christ but, through actions, “walks out” affinity for or trust in world systems.


For the “true” church, to spiritually trust in God is living the standard of a chaste virgin: one whose mind, will, or emotions have not been with the world. Again, to trust in God is to “know” no other.


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