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Do you know God loves us so much He shields, defends, and protects us against anything that wants to bring us harm? And He does the same when we make wrong choices, dumb decisions, and careless mistakes. 

We are covered and forgiven by Jesus' blood. The blood He shed for us. 

Just for us. 

We don't have to die (anymore) when we fall short or when we mess up or when we don't measure up. Jesus took all of that pain so we wouldn't have to. In other words, we are covered daily. The Lord God is always working on our behalf. He's our rear guard, our front, left and our right. He's our armor from the top of our head to the bottom of our feet. We have His safeguards from all directions. 

And if anyone asks how we're doing we can simply reply, "we're good" and mean it.

Yet everyone isn't covered though. There are certain things that must be done in order for that to happen. We have to become a child of God. We have to believe with our heart that Jesus died (and rose) for us, confess with our mouth that He died (and rose) for us, and ask for forgiveness for our sins. Then and only then, will we be saved (Romans 10:9).

Salvation is available for anyone and everyone. 

And once that happens, you're in there. Covered.

Another helpful scripture: 1 John 1:5-10

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