Wednesday, November 28, 2012

LIFELINE OF GOD'S LOVE



Being confident of this very thing, that He who has begun a good work in you will complete 

it until the day of Jesus Christ. Philippians 1:6

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Romans 8:35-39

When mountain climbers make their way across an icy glacier, or the edge of an icy peak, 





one slip and they could tumble into a crevasse or slide down a mountainside. So they tie 





themselves together with a lifeline -- a long piece of rope that ties them to one another. If 





one slips, the rest dig their crampons into the ice and hold the line, preventing certain 





death.


We need a lifeline for our spiritual lives. When we stumble into sin, or slip into a period of 





overwhelming circumstances, we need a "rope" that will hold us fast; we need a lifeline to 





God that cannot be broken. The Bible says we have one: the love of God. The Bible says the 





God who began His work in us will complete it; He will never let it be thwarted. But 





Romans 
8:35-39 details all kinds of trouble and obstacles in our path, things that might 

appear to cut us off from God's purpose. Paul says nothing will separate us from the lifeline 

of God's love (Romans 8:39). God's loyal and unconditional love is what keeps us tied to 

Him.


When you fall and start to slip away from God, reach out for His lifeline of love. He will 





never let you go. None walk so evenly with God as they who are assured of the love of God.

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