And again, “I will put my trust in him.”
And again he says, “Here am I, and the children God has given me.” Since the children have flesh and blood, he too shared in their humanity so that by his death he might break the power of him who holds the power of death—that is, the devil—and free those who all their lives were held in slavery by their fear of death.
Father Your son Jesus was sent by You to show us the way to You, to salvation, to eternal peace, love, joy, and happiness. Jesus is the wayshower to the truth that we are spiritual beings in Your likeness here to have a human experience to prove that we are worthy of bigger and better responsibilities in Your Kingdom; and that with You there is no such thing as sickness or death.
This is only one level of existence for us Father and I want to learn my lessons, express Your loving grace, and love Your children as You and Your son have loved me. I want a life where I overcome fear and understand its nothingness, so that I might experience life as You intend. I seek Your guidance through Your son. I look for Your beacon of light and I promise to follow obediently the path You place before me. Humbly I say thank You. Amen.
We can live in fear and doubt, or walk in strength and courage. We can run scared and hide from the demons that chase us, or face them down and say, “you are nothing, mean nothing, and have no power over me”. We can say we want to be more like Jesus, or each day we can work and strive to be more like him in thought, action, and deed.
Will the one we choose today be the one we embrace tomorrow? Amazingly God loves us either way, He still loves us when we waver, when we get scared, and when we run and hide. Lovingly He waits for us as our patient and nurturing Father-Mother. God is awesome. He is good. He is life, truth, love and is the Father of all mankind, and creator of all life. Thank Him today for your blessings, and then go be a blessing to others. I love you all.
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