Shepherd Jesus

The Rescue

but those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint. (Isaiah 40:31)

I have really enjoyed studying Proverbs with you.  I hope that you have enjoyed this series too.  I will be taking the next 2 weeks off to visit family.  In the mean time, I will leave a few posts here and there.  I hope they encourage you!

I will be praying and asking God where to go with the next study.  Please let me know if there is something you have wanted to study.  Is there a book of the Bible you would like to learn more about?  Is there a topic you want to study?  Let me know what is on your heart.  I will be looking forward to our next study together.  I pray that you will be greatly encouraged and strengthened during these next couple of weeks.

May God rescue you!  May He be the Rock that you lean on!  May He be everything you could possibly need Him to be and more.  Trust Him, He will come through for you.  He is still on the throne and He will not let you down!  Cling to the the arms of your Father and know that He loves you so much!

Dear Father God, I pray that You will work in our lives!  May we find Your strength refreshing us daily!  May we be rescued by the only arms that loved us enough to send Jesus as a sacrifice for our sins.  Lord, I pray that our hope would be renewed and our joy will be refreshed in You.  May we live out our days with purpose and may we walk in love!

Rescued by God,

2 replies
  1. Carrie
    Carrie says:

    Thank you thank you thank you for this post. They have all meant something to me but today’s reading is extra special. 🙂 Be safe during your travels! Sister in Christ, Carrie

    • Sarah
      Sarah says:

      Hi Carrie,

      It is always a blessing to hear that God has used these devotionals to encourage you. Thank you for being a tremendous blessing in my life. May God continue to strengthen and encourage!

      In God’s Grip of Grace,


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