The present Coronavirus crisis has seen a focus upon Psalm 91 as a means of supernatural protection against plague and “the pestilence that walks in darkness.”

I have preached on this myself, seeking to give comfort to those anxious about the Coronavirus.

Yet the wonderful promises of Psalm 91 are not “whosoever will” verses.

The promises of immunity and protection from pestilence and plague in Psalm 91 are for those who dwell in the secret place of the Most High, not those who visit.

Such promises must be so much in our consciousness that they are fundamentally part of who we are. That doesn’t happen by quoting these verses in times of trouble but by saturating our hearts and minds with them continuously.

To live in the secret place of the Most High and abide under His shadow, you must continually speak that He is your refuge and fortress…

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