Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Rescue Me From Me

Sometimes the greatest enemy we face is ourselves and the lies that we believe. We have convinced ourselves that what has been done to us defines us. We buy into the false principle that what we have done means that God doesn't love us. It is a defeating misconception that our past sins, mistakes, and life history decrease our value. This can be one of the greatest areas of rescue because this particular one prevents us from seeing the love that God has for us. It becomes a perpetual cycle of falsehood that inhibits acceptance of our position as sons and daughters of the King.

He is ready to rescue us-even from ourselves. It's our acceptance of His ability and willingness to save us that begins our process of redemption. How comforting is it to know that God is waiting to remind us that we are His workmanship by freeing us from these lies that weigh so heavy on us.

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