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My Redeemer Lives

He lives
Yes, Jesus is my Redeemer.1

 My Deliverer. My Rescuer.

That means He lives within my heart, In Sharon's Heart. 

So, as my foundation He is right there. My rock, my stone, my cornerstone.2

He is at the center of everything -- my writing, my story, my journey, my testimony. If it were not for Him, you and I would not connect. Our interactions would be non-existent. Isn't it considerate of Him to make that a priority for us? Isn't it a blessing to be able to hope for the things we want in our lives? Isn't it a blessing to be able to be encouraged by each other? Isn't it a blessing to be a blessing?

How awesome is all of it. Have you ever just sat and thought about it? How much He loves us. Everything we have been shielded and protected from? It's hard to imagine sometimes. It would be mind-blowing really, because His spirit is so powerful -- beyond any form that anyone can ever communicate it through. In other words, we will never be able to explain His full power. We try of course, but it can never be done by anyone.

Because He's God. He's omnipotent. He's unlimited power. 

He is the strength of my life. He gives me the energy to continue going when I don't feel up to it or when I feel I can hardly take another step. Through my exhaustion He gives me a sweet burst of vitality, a loving jolt of power, and a gentle nudge of intensity. I thank God. 

He is the reason for all things great. And whether we know it or not, He controls absolutely everything. 

He is real. His spirit is alive. My prayer is that you will experience Him for yourself if you haven't already (Romans 10).

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1. Job 19:25
2. 1 Peter 2:6 


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