We’ve got to live: Securely in His love

For those of us who have been betrayed by someone who said they loved us,  but did the opposite.  Who said they would protect and esteem us, yet carried out appalling acts against us.  We feel hesitant that the Lord is really trustworthy…we are anxious and uneasy to put our total faith in someone who could, for all we know,  suddenly turn and  threaten or deceive us.  But by immersing ourself in His Word, and reading promises such as Psalm 13:5, which says, “But I trust in Your unfailing love.”…we can grasp with certainty the unending, unchangeable love of the Lord.

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