He Saves our Children

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I love the book of Isaiah, it is one of my favorites! Over the past several weeks this verse has been skipping along in my mind and every time it makes a cognizant appearance, I thank God for this promise.

Last night, our son was delivering for Postmates and there were several glitches in the system. He finally decided to simply go home, well before midnight. Our youngest lovebug was suppose to work until 1:00am but called and said she was on her way home, also well before midnight. Our oldest lovebug had celebrated the New Year several hours earlier and was already safe and sound.

While our son was slightly frustrated that he was trying to earn money and couldn’t, this verse once again made an appearance. This promise that God will save our children, ultimately is speaking about salvation. However, it can also mean, be or live in abundance, placed in freedom or be saved in battle.

I went to sleep last night thanking Him that all my ducklings were home safe on one of the craziest nights of the year. Many times His roadblocks are actually His protection.

Walking in greater faith and eyes wide open.

#pivotalyear2018

Shalom!

©2018TereseJMBelme

Author: Terese

Terese is a wife, mother, sister, aunt and friend. Best of all a daughter of the King! Terese is a Bible study teacher and speaker. One of her passions is investing in the lives of other women and encouraging them in their identity and authority in Christ. Terese is a life long student of God's grace. Follow her on and Instagram @terese_belme_author

8 thoughts on “He Saves our Children”

  1. Glad your babies all made it home.

    Yes the Book of Isiah is a great book to digest the wise words there in.

    I love to meditate on the Book of Psalms. It has great revelations. From beginning to end it explains how Jehovah show His majesty in nature (which I call Jehovahs Cathedral), that the good and bad all go through hard times, the difference is that Jehovah walks through the hard times with His children while the wicked have no one. That the righteous will be rewarded and the wicked will be punished. That Jehovah loves to nurture a loving relationship with me.

    May Jehovah bless you and your babies with love, joy, peace and strength this year.

    1. Joseph, thank you so much for your blessing! I receive this blessing in the Name of Jesus. I am finishing up a study on the Psalms of Ascent. So much richness of God’s love and grace. Have a great day/evening!

  2. I’m happy that everything turned out well for you and your family. Also, I love your new theme! All the best for 2018!

      1. You’re welcome, Terese and may He continue to guide and bless you.

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