He protects us!


“I feel so utterly alone in this world!” What prompted that response from a person? She had lost everything that she loved and believed in. Her friends, He husband, her workmates, her close association with her church friends, and her children. Why She stood up for what was right. She lived in a relationship that was abusive, incestuous, adulterous, and she decided that although forgiveness was given it was not received. He wanted to continue to live in sin and she was not going to support that behavior. He gladly acquiesced and went on to live what he thought was his glorious life with his new found love. Abandoned, alone, and left to wonder why God did not do something to protect her home, her family, her loved one, and her – the emptiness that engulfed her was frightful! She had to choices.

  1. Wallow in self-pity and live an empty lifeless existence of a Christian who was just going through the motion, but had no power in their life.
  2. Or, she could stand up, pray up, feed on His Word, and fill her cup with His love for her each day.

She chose the latter of the too why? She believes that he truly does “guard the way of the just and He guards the way of His faithful ones.’


  1. He protected Joseph when he was left in the well by His brothers. God had a purpose for Joseph.
  2. He protected Jacob when he was returning to the land of his fathers. Jacob was sure that Esau was going to kill him.
  3. He protected David from Goliath.
  4. He protected Ruth and Naomi

The list is exhaustive. He will protect you. His word never fails. His promises always come to pass. What do we have to do remain faithful to Him?

  1. In your moments of fear. You are not alone.
  2. In the times of life when you feel completely abandoned by everyone around you.  You are not alone.
  3. When you feel that you are at the end of your rope and you just don’t know what to do, know that God has a solution for you!

Book an appointment with us and talk to a person who knows that He is able to see you through. He will never leave you alone in your times of distress. Sometimes we just need a flesh and blood person to help us through some of life’s hurdles.


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Bueller
    Feb 21, 2018 @ 14:04:32

    Interesting devotional yet so insightful.


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