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Chase THE Light Day 17...9.17.23


Welcome to Day 17 of Chasing THE Light: I am Protected.

Today’s verse comes from John 10:28I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; no one will snatch them out of my hand.”

Do you ever wonder about it all? All the things you have done in your life – the good things, the greater things, the bad and stupid things? How all of those choices you have made will shape you? How all of it is being pieced together like a puzzle? The finished picture will be beautiful…because God uses all of it to shape us into the image of Jesus.

No matter our past…if we believe in Jesus…nothing can take us away from Him.

Jesus.  He is a friend of sinners and He loves us more than He hates our sin.

My job is to trust.  My job is obedience. AND…it’s not always easy.

We may feel broken but in those gaps – He fills with His peace. And with His filling – we are able to pour out to others.  Our brokenness can be someone else’s healing. By allowing God to work in us we are able to help those around us. 

Radiate His love today and know that you can never be taken out of His hand.


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