“ … for I know whom I have believed, and am persuaded that he is able to keep that which I have committed unto him against that day” (2 Timothy 1:12b)
Do you ever grow weary in your faith-walk? Or do you ever fear your faith is just not enough? This might be the devotion for you! God did not leave us alone on this journey of faith. He did not leave us in the hands of man—or even in the care of a very good church. God alone is the one who keeps us!
God is a “Keeper!” He keeps His promises. He keeps our inheritance secure. He keeps His people. He keeps all that we entrust to His care. This is a view of God that surely helps transform us into Christ-likeness. Humanity stands in stark contrast. We often fail to keep our promises. We tend to squander eternal riches to “keep” fleeting earthly treasures. We keep records of wrongs to even the score. God keeps a record book but it is the Book of Life. Our Keeper specializes in what is good, lovely and of eternal worth. Becoming more like our Keeper produces an abundant life with eternal fruit …
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