... So we are to live and move and have our being in God, to look at everything in relation to God, because the abiding consciousness of God pushes itself to the front all the time...
Nothing else can get in, no cares, no tribulation, no anxieties. We see now why Our Lord so emphasized the sin of worry. How can we dare be so utterly unbelieving when God is round about us? ... Have an effective barricade against all the onslaughts of the enemy
'His soul shall dwell at ease.' In tribulation, misunderstanding, slander, in the midst of all these things, if our life is hid with Christ in God, He will keep us at ease... this abiding companionship of God... nothing can come through that shelter.
Oswald Chambers' My Utmost for His Highest a reflection for June 2nd.