Who Am I ... for You?

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The Bible makes it clear that God does not forsake His saints, but that they are preserved forever, according to Psalm 37:28.

Today, let the Lord speak to you personally.

“Who am I...for you?

The One who answers your prayers, accomplishes the impossible in your life, provides solutions to your problems? 

Am I the One who responds to your needs? Dries your tears?

I want to be all of this ... and so much more.

I welcome you into the depths of My life. Into the heart of My being. I invite you to embrace My presence each moment, to continually let Me lead and amaze you.

My love is a light, refreshing breeze. My love is also a consuming fire. My love gave, My love provided, My love responded, My love sacrificed.

I love you, and with each breath, I want you close to Me. Each second, I want you to be Mine. I want to be there with you ... in joy and sadness alike, in mourning and rejoicing. I want to be with you.

I don’t give up on you. I don’t let go of you. I don’t forsake you. Because I live in you. Because you are Mine. Because My love goes before every one of your steps. I am here for you.”

Bible references: Song of Solomon 8:6, Deuteronomy 4:31, Psalm 37:28.

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