Today’s Reading: Luke 1:71; Psalm 40:9-10; Isaiah 33:1-6 1; Thessalonians 5:5-11
Saved. A lovely “Christian” word. To be saved is to be rescued, delivered, or spared of some sort of danger or distress. Or at least that’s how most of us understand the concept of being saved. Once one becomes a Christian, he or she is saved from sin, death, and Satan. No longer will these things have dominion over you, because now you are under Christ. We see that the message of Christmas is more than a neat story that we can recount every December, rather it is a story of salvation, an understand of the purpose of Jesus, to seek and save the lost (Luke 19:10). Is there someone in your life that needs to hear this story of salvation?
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