The Security Of God’s Hands

Good Wednesday morning to you!  I posted the following verse on the GFCC facebook page last night.

I, yes I, am the Lord,
    and there is no other Savior.

12 First I predicted your rescue,
    then I saved you and proclaimed it to the world.
No foreign god has ever done this.
    You are witnesses that I am the only God,”
    says the Lord.

13 “From eternity to eternity I am God.
    No one can snatch anyone out of my hand.
    No one can undo what I have done.”​ – Isaiah 43:11-13 (NLT)​

I love how God says in verse 13 that no one can snatch us out of His hand.  Our salvation is secure in God’s protective, loving hands.  Our salvation is secure in the nail-scarred hands of Jesus.  The only one who can take you out of His hands is you.  In the Parable of the Prodigal Son, the father was willing to let his son go out on his own.  He let his son leave home to find whatever it was that he was looking for.  The father was also willing to let his son come back home and be welcomed back into his family.  You can walk away from God.  He will welcome you back when you wake up and realize what you’ve done.  But know this – no one else can take you out of God’s mighty hands.  When God saves you, no one can un-save you.  When God says He loves you, no one can separate you from His love.  When God forgives you, no one can make Him un-forgive you.  Our God is compassionate and abounding in love.  His love satisfies like nothing else can.  Rest secure in His promises, His love and His peace.

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