God Is Not Biased, He Treats Both The Rich And The Poor Equally - Rev. Joseph Ajor (Ph.D)

Rev. Joseph Ajor (Ph.D)
Senior Pastor Assemblies of God Covenant Centre



In the book of Psalm 46 verses 1 through 11, David was speaking from a place of troubles and challenges. David had problems on all sides. 

The Israelites devised various means of solving their issues, but most of those methods did not work out because God wanted to prove to them that their plans, no matter how strategic it was would never work if God is not involved. 

Most times we depend on men and our plans to accomplish tasks and we forget about God. 

God is not biased, He treats both the rich and the poor equally. When we are aware that God is in control we will not be afraid of anything because we know that despite the challenges we go through God will always be God. God does His things right on time we just need to pray and believe. We must never forget who God is no matter what we go through. In the book of psalm 46:10, God tells us to be still and know that He is God. God is in charge of everything we should always be conscious of that reality.

 Most times, external distractions can threaten our trust in God. Things like pressure from family, friends and colleagues. Internal distractions like thoughts of life challenges may also discourage us. 

But, in all these, we must not lose our focus on God because he is our rock and High place. He will always make a way.

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