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“Are You Still Living In The Rear View Mirror?”

Today’s Daily Devotional from Bishop Andrew Bills

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Are You Still Living In The Rear View Mirror?”

The rear view mirror in an automobile was designed for a driver to periodically take a quick glance at what’s behind you or see what you’ve passed. But it was never created for all of your attention to remain there.  

The front windshield is several times larger than the rear view mirror for an important purpose:  To keep your attention on what’s ahead and focus on where you’re really trying to go.

Many won’t go forward in their lives because they’re pre-occupied with looking back instead of pressing forward.  Others don’t want to make changes because they’re too comfortable with how things used to be.

Their past is familiar and they think more about what’s behind them than about where they’re heading and what will happen.  If their eyes remain fixed to the rear view mirror of life, sooner or later they are bound to crash.

You are a liability to all who ride with you if you don’t remain alert and see where you’re going.  Nobody wants to be involved with a driver whose always looking back or distracted with past events. 

In Philippians 3:13-14 NASB, The Apostle Paul said,Brethren, I do not regard myself as having laid hold of it yet; but one thing I do: forgetting what lies behind and reaching forward to what lies ahead, I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.”

Paul’s metaphor is that of a runner in a Grecian race, running to win.  In order to win, the runner cannot afford to divert his mind nor attention away by stopping to look behind him to see how much ground he had passed over, the past difficulties he had to overcome, if a competitor had fallen, or to check out the locations of the other runners.  He has to keep his eyes focused on the prize, control his breathing, extend every muscle and strain every nerve so that he might press onward to win his crown.

Each new day is God’s gift to you and what you do with it is your offering back to Him, as well as a gift to yourself and your family.  Each day He grants us His Grace and another chance to seize opportunities to make that day count towards eternity.

While there’s nothing wrong with having cherished past memories, you must not allow the past to interfere with your pressing onward to win the prize.  Don’t allow past sins to weigh you down or count you out.  Confess, repent and walk forward in the forgiveness of God and know the shed blood of Jesus Christ now covers your sins and they are remembered no more by God.

Don’t look back upon worldly things or activities and start yearning after them like the Israelites did after the fleshpots in Egypt.Stop looking back with regrets.  Looking back can lead to you drawing back, turning around, going off in the wrong direction and crashing.

Some of the things you once valued, pursued or trusted in before your conversion and new relationship in Christ need now to be dropped, renounced, discarded and counted as dung, as you’re now running in the new race that’s set before you.  Have faith in God and press on to your prize, and with His help, know that you will make it.



“What Steps Should You Take To Keep The Fire Burning?”

Today’s Daily Devotional from Bishop Andrew Bills


What Steps Should You Take To Keep The Fire Burning?”

While an out of control wildfire can have devastating effects in our environment, fire controlled and properly used has great advantages.  Fire cooks food, sterilizes medical instruments, boils water, heats homes, welds metal, refines gold and purifies against bacteria. Fire is one of the most forceful and needed natural elements in our world which, if properly used, can manufacture or produce change.

So, in 2 Timothy 1:6, The Apostle Paul instructed Timothy to “Stir up the gift of God that is within you,” because he knew that the word “stir” means to “fan the flames of the fire.”

Evidently Timothy was struggling with discouragement from imprisonment or from facing other imminent dangers, so Paul wrote to encourage and strengthen him.  Therefore, that which Christ has placed inside of you, that which you’ve been called to do, “STIR IT UP!”

Paul exhorts Timothy to stand fast on God’s Holy Scriptures and to stir up the gift of God within him through the laying on of The Apostle’s hand, under the anointing of The Holy Spirit, when he was ordained by God.

The gift which Timothy had received was The Holy Spirit, and through Him, he received the anointing and the power to preach and teach the gospel of Jesus Christ.

While Timothy, like so many believers today, didn’t possess the tenacious or relentless zeal of The Apostle, Paul urged him to unleash the invincible power of God’s Spirit against all the various storms that will come to rise up against us.

Like Timothy, we are to rekindle the fire, blow on the coals, cause the flames to burn more brightly, be more zealous about what Christ has set you apart to do and keep adding more fuel to the fire.

You do these things by keeping you mind renewed through The Word of God, fellowshipping with Christ, remaining prayerful, keep piercing through the darkness, not quenching The Holy Spirit, listening to some inspirational gospel music and good Bible messages, recalling what God has done in your past and reading some inspiring articles and testimonies about what God is doing through the lives of others around the world.

God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of faith, love, courage and power to face and handle all the difficulties, dangers and adversities that will come our way.

When your flesh or the devil attempts to extinguish the fire within your heart, do all that you can to keep it ignited and burning.

If there is no fire, then there will be no excitement, no joy, no enthusiasm, no hope and no anointing.  You can’t touch the lives of others around you with a discouraged, broken-hearted, depressed and defeated soul.

But underneath those gray dusty ashes, there’s still a spark that God’s able to set ablaze again, if you’re willing to start “fanning the flames within you.”

In Jeremiah chapter 20, the prophet grew weary and became so discouraged regarding the insults and the injuries that he was experiencing until he privately declared that he wouldn’t preach or prophesy anymore.  In His heart he even said, “I will not make mention of Him nor speak His name anymore.”

Jeremiah’s flesh, along with the devil’s attacks to his mind, convinced him that every time he spoke, his conditions worsen.  So as he attempted to take off his prophet’s robe, lay aside the Old Testament scrolls, cease, refrain, stop preaching  and quench The Spirit of God, the Word of God burned so hot and deep within his soul until he screamed, “It’s like a fire, shut up in my bones! And I cannot hold it in”  (Read Jeremiah 20:9)

It doesn’t matter what happened to diminish or put the fire out in your life.  Persecution, criticism, depression, burnout, sickness, divorce, abusiveness, financial hardships, an unforeseen event or accident or even the death of a loved one.

You will never recover, rise up or reach your potential unless you “fan the flames of the gift of God that’s within you.”


“What Should You Do When Your Prayers Seem Unanswered?”

Today’s Daily Devotional from Pastor Andrew Bills

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“What Should You Do When Your Prayers Seem Unanswered?”
When I was a young boy, I would always hear the older saints singing a song that was seemed to contradict itself. In their worship, they sang the words: “He may not come when you want Him, but He’s right on time.”

Over the many years, I’ve received divine inspiration regarding the mystery of prayer, God’s promises to His people and His wonderful assurances as we stand in faith.

For example, Ephesians 3:20-21 NIV says, “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us, to him be glory in the church and in Christ Jesus throughout all generations, for ever and ever! Amen.”

In the Apostle Paul’s preceding prayer, he had asked for more and was even more confident that he would receive much more from The Lord because of God’s boundless and gracious mercies. Knowing what God had already done in raising Christ from the dead, Paul now knew that God’s power was beyond the infinite and His desire to impact, touch and bless our lives is even more real and abundant.

It is always a wonderful gesture to end every prayer with a doxology or gracious words of praise and thanksgiving for all God’s past, present and future blessings. Therefore, Paul began to celebrate the extensive, unmerited, and absolute power of God.

God knows what we want before we ask, He can do more than we ask, He has already made the provisions for His people before we ask, and He can even do more than we dare think, imagine, or can conceive in our minds to ask of Him.

But as believers in Christ Jesus, we have the responsibility of STANDING IN FAITH ON HIS WORD until we receive the manifestation of our prayer requests.

Despite any period of time, Standing shows patience and endurance. It is your statement of faith that you have made up your mind to continue trusting The Lord, even if the pressures still exists or even increases.

Standing means that you have set yourself to hold fast to the Word and promises of God and believe Him more than the dictates of what you are physically seeing or emotionally experiencing.

Standing reveals that you have heard the voice of The Holy spirit, received a revelation, and have the faith regardless of any adverse circumstance or negative report. Standing reveals that you know that God’s on your case, orchestrating things out for His glory, your maturity and your ultimate benefit.

It is vital to realize that because God is Spirit, it is not His nature to tip-toe around or go under things. He always breaks in, goes through or overcomes the barriers, conditions and impossibilities that you face. So, don’t allow your natural mind or earthly circumstances to contradict your faith from standing on God’s Word.

The Apostle Paul wants to encourage your heart today to not be moved by what you see or are experiencing, but be more moved by God’s love, grace and power through Jesus Christ.

For impossible situations are not impossible with God. They are challenges, which become stepping stones towards new opportunities.


“Is Seeing Really Believing?”

Today’s Daily Devotional from Pastor Andrew Bills
“Is Seeing Really Believing?”

The Bible says that believers are to walk by faith, not by sight. For without faith, the Bible says, that it’s impossible to please God. So, why do people naturally take on the attitude that “Doubting Thomas” had in the Bible?

In John 20:24-29 we are given the intriguing story of Doubting Thomas. John 20:25 declares, “So the other disciples told him, “We have seen the Lord!” But he said to them, “Unless I see the nail marks in his hands and put my finger where the nails were, and put my hand into his side, I will not believe it.”

Due to his broken heart, deep grief and crushed spirit, Thomas absolutely refused to believe the mere testimony of the other disciples. He required proof in order to be satisfied. His unbelief was more aggravated because he was present at the raising of Lazarus from the dead by Jesus and had heard Christ Himself say, that he would rise from the dead on the third day.

Now after rejecting the proof from the other disciples, Thomas could have remained in his state of unbelief, but Christ chose to reveal Himself to Thomas for examination to touch his heart and impact his life. Then Jesus approved the faith of Thomas, but more highly commends the faith of those who should believe without having ever visibly seen Him.

Now just like Thomas, God loves you and longs to have a personal relationship with you. He wants to show you how to walk by faith and lead a fulfilled life. As we spend time with Him and grow in our relationship with Him, He will impart spiritual truths to us through His Word and Holy Spirit.

Now, in many ways we act just like Thomas, when our confidence or strength is based on seeing, touching, hearing, tasting and feeling. Somehow we trust our senses more than God and His Promises and respond more confidently to the things we see in the present than to the unseen and eternal things of God. So when you put your confidence in such things, you WILL be disappointed.

How can you trust in anything if the things and people you see, relate to or put your trust in, are unreliable and on shaky ground? How can you trust in anything if the things and people you see, relate to or put your trust in, are unreliable and on shaky ground?

There is often a deception when we depend on our feelings, circumstances, and our immediate surroundings. They can lead us to think things are hopeless, and that what we see is all that there is. But God’s laws are both spiritual and universal principles of faith. And that the exercising of your faith is always well pleasing to Christ and God always blesses those that trust in and rely on His Word.

This brief passage of scripture reveals that we can always trust The Lord to keep His promise even when we can’t see, hear, or touch him in the natural. He is faithful and will always be constant and consistent to His Eternal Word.

“Can You See The Light At The End Of The Tunnel?”

Today’s Daily Devotional  from Pastor Andrew Bills


Can You See The Light At The End Of The Tunnel?”

Why does it seem easier to see God in the brightness of a beautiful glorious day than to trust Him in the darkness of a cold stormy night?  Is He not the same?  Of course He is!

While many begin questioning God and are busy trying to understand why He allows storms and heartaches in their lives, our focus should not be on the “WHY,” but on Christ Himself, His love, His word, His power and what He can do in our midst.

Although it may appear that you’re being pushed to the limits, the pain, struggles, heartaches and attacks that you’re presently experiencing are in your life to mature your faith and mold you into greatness. For Christ has not forgotten or forsaken you and soon your weeping will turn to joy.

For one of the most comforting verses in all of scripture is found in Matthew 12:20 NIV which says, “A bruised reed he will not break, and a smoldering wick he will not snuff out, till he has brought justice through to victory.”

What is more weak, delicate or feeble than a cracked reed or a wick barely flickering, about to go out?  Even though these characteristics may be used to describe something as useless, it’s more descriptive of His compassion towards us in our weakest hour, state or condition.

A bruised reed depicts those who have been oppressed, beaten up, beaten down, severely wounded and even left for dead by the effects in this sinful world. They have been broken by life, damaged in their hearts and minds, and are experiencing helplessness and hopelessness in their present situation.  They are in need of a fresh revelation, a new beginning, with renewed comfort, strength, guidance, stability and victory in their life.

A smoldering wick refers to the wick of an oil lamp or a candle where the flame is exhausted, barely flickering, dying but not yet completely vanquished or dead.

The compassion of Christ is such that He binds up broken hearts, heals wounds, restores and comforts them back to fullness of life.  For God has promised that He will not neglect, break, be cruel or destroy you, but will forgive, heal, pardon and give new life to all those that trust Him and call on His name.  He will not allow your hope to be extinguished nor your faith to become extinct.

Christ will graciously blow His grace upon your smoldering sparks, re-igniting it into a full fiery blaze and never leave you alone until your journey or work has been completed here on earth.   Under the anointing and influence of His Holy Spirit, He will strengthen you onward, making you more than a conqueror over the enemy, until He takes you home.

Yes, not only is there a light at the end of the tunnel for you, but as you look to Jesus, HE IS THE EVER PRESENT LIGHT that is with you no matter how great the darkness surrounding you. And no darkness can or will ever overcome Him.



“What Do You Do When Things Don’t Go According To Plan?”

Today’s Daily Devotional from Pastor Andrew Bills


What Do You Do When Things Don’t Go According To Plan?”

How do you handle disappointments in your life?  What do you do when discouraging events occur and try to distract you away from where you want to go or keep you from doing what you want to do?

While we often can’t choose what happens to us in life, we can choose The Attitude that we’ll take towards the things that will happen.

You and I can see this kind of sorrowful attitude in Luke’s account of the two disciples whom The Resurrected Jesus encountered on the road to Emmaus. Unable to recognize their risen Lord, these two disciples expressed their broken heartedness and great disappointment with this “sudden stranger” regarding their shock and misery of how their hopes were all dashed when their Messiah was taken and crucified.

In Luke 24:18-21 NIV says, “One of them, named Cleopas, asked him, “Are you the only one visiting Jerusalem who does not know the things that have happened there in these days?” “What things?” he asked. “About Jesus of Nazareth,” they replied. “He was a prophet, powerful in word and deed before God and all the people. The chief priests and our rulers handed him over to be sentenced to death, and they crucified him; but we had hoped that he was the one who was going to redeem Israel. And what is more, it is the third day since all this took place.”

While this appearance of Christ to the two disciples going to Emmaus, happened the same day that he rose from the dead, they didn’t know that Christ was alive even though He was walking right with them because they were distracted by their disappointment, blinded by their sorrow and walking in unbelief.  And when you become so disappointed in life, sometimes it’s too hard for you to even recognize Jesus in your very midst.  

Their minds were so confused and distracted that it appears as if the more they talked about it, the more perplexed and disappointed they became.

There are those that become so overwhelmed with disappointment, hurt, misery and grief, that they begin to live as if Jesus never came out of that tomb.

Marriage troubles, family division, job layoffs, unexpected illness, unforeseen tragedy, financial hardships….  These are things that should lead or drive us closer to Christ and not further away.   CHRIST IS THE ANSWER, not the problem!  He’s our solution through the wilderness, not the author of our pains.  In the worst of times, when it seems that all hope is gone, there’s still God’s Grace that you can count on.

Suddenly Christ began to preach The Word unto them, starting with Moses and the Old Testament Prophets.  Then the Word began to burn in their hearts and open their eyes after they sat down to eat bread with the one they initially believed to be a stranger.   Suddenly, they realized it was Jesus Christ!

There is a “blood stained scarlet thread” that runs throughout the entire Old Testament that ends at the cross and resurrection of Jesus Christ.  But, all of His Promises are all still in effect even today.

My friends, when life delivers you a staggering blow, to the Word and Spirit of God you MUST go!  Run to The Word, do not walk.  RUN!!!  For it’s there and only there that you’ll find God’s Grace and The Holy Spirit of God ready to receive, comfort, enable, deliver and guide you.



A Very Personal Confession

Today’s Daily Devotional from Pastor Andrew Bills


A Very Personal Confession

To all the thousands of readers around the world of “The Victory Connection” Daily Devotional, I felt led to briefly share with you my personal confession for a special reason.

Over the many, many years, despite every trial or tribulation, even in the midst of severe painfulness, hospitalization, unemployment, financial hardships, periods of uncertainty, loneliness, being wrongfully accused, while experiencing the loss of loved ones and while recovering from a recent car accident, each morning I always begin my personal day by declaring out loud my hand written confession at the beginning of my time of worship, praise, and thanksgiving as I start my new day’s journey.

I have experienced His awesome grace, His sweet Holy presence,  His calming assuring voice, and miraculous divine intervention.  He alone has made and opened doors where there were absolutely no available doors or avenues before.

He is faithful to His Word as you stand with your faith predicated on the blood shed from Jesus upon Calvary, the death of our Savior and the power of His resurrection.

I not only speak my daily confession for myself, but over my family and over all those that I intercede over and stand in agreement with.

I have it posted on my wall as a simple reminder to trust Jesus, look to God, stand on His Word and depend on the wisdom and guidance from The Holy Spirit in every matter of life.

For I truly believe in the divine intervention of God!  For He lives, moves and orchestrates in our very midst, even in ways we can’t fully comprehend, to work His Will as we press onward towards Eternity.

So, I felt led to encourage you, to write your very own confession or statement of faith.  Keep it in your heart, speak it from your lips daily, place it in your Bible, post it on your wall or most visible place as a consistent reminder for you to look to God, trust Christ and speak victory over your life regardless of what you may be encountering.

Now, here is my personal daily confession:

“Father, I thank you that I am saved, delivered, healed, strengthened, provided for and have the victory over every adverse circumstance, negative situation, painful condition, demonic activity, satanic entrapment and damnable hard time  as I stand on your Word, trust your Holy Spirit and forever give you all the glory and praise, all in the mighty precious name of my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.  AMEN”

Your Friend and Brother In Christ,

Pastor Andy Bills

“Do You Realize The Victory That You Have Been Given In Jesus?”

Today’s Daily Devotional from Pastor Andrew Bills


Do You Realize The Victory That You Have Been Given In Jesus?”

The other night was one of the rare moments in which I was able to sit down and turn on the television.  While searching for a program of interest, I accidentally came across a program called, “The Biggest Loser.”

This woman and her husband were undergoing various excruciating exercises, stressful workouts, physical ordeals and diets to reach weight loss goals as prescribed by the program host and medical physician.

While I was impressed by their successful accomplishments, I sensed The Holy Spirit of God remind me out of His Holy Word just who the “biggest loser” truly is.

Through the cross and the resurrection of Jesus, the devil not only has been defeated but according to Ephesians 1:22 NTL says, “God has put all things under the authority of Christ and has made him head over all things for the benefit of the church.”

Satan is a liar, the deceiver and is the “Biggest Loser” in the history of God’s creation and no one has been a greater loser than him.  As the fired ex-employee of Heaven we must recognize the devil’s limitations, his pronounced and sealed future and remember that “Through Christ we are more than conquerors.” (Romans 8:37)

Satan is the “biggest loser” every time a sinner comes to Christ.  For not only does that individual find rest for his / her soul in Jesus but as they begin to walk in the mighty power of God’s Divine Grace and Holy Spirit, they discover the authority they have been given and all of the spiritual blessings that are laid up for them through Christ.

Being a partaker of His Divine Nature, we are filled with the fullness of the grace and glory that’s in Him.  So whenever you feel weakness from the power of the enemy or your flesh, all we need to remember is that the “same power that raised Jesus from the grave now dwells within us, perceive His greatness and rejoice in Him.”

I’ve personally discovered that whenever I’m at your lowest moment, as a believer in Christ Jesus, I’m am still “on top of the devil.”

The universe is under God’s control and direction for the welfare of His people.  All the earthly kings and rulers; kingdoms and nations are under His control. Throughout history Christ has controlled all the wicked rulers of the earth and they have not been able to destroy that church which He redeemed with His own blood.

The angels in heaven are all under his control with reference to the church all the fallen angels, now demonic spirits, are under His control.  All the great powers of heaven, earth, and hell are made subject to Christ Jesus who is the Head and King and no weapon that is formed against it shall prosper.



“How Convinced Are You That God Will Really Move By His Power In Your Life?”

Today’s Daily Devotional from Pastor Andrew Bills

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How Convinced Are You That God Will Really Move By His Power In Your Life?”

When the adversities of life begin to severely test your faith, will you believe in the power of prayer and the power of Him who hears your prayer?

In 1 Kings Chapter 17, we are given a true story that reveals that God’s power knows no limits and has no restraints.

1 Kings 17:20-22 NLT says, “Then Elijah cried out to the LORD, “O LORD my God, why have you brought tragedy to this widow who has opened her home to me, causing her son to die?” And he stretched himself out over the child three times and cried out to the LORD, “O LORD my God, please let this child’s life return to him.”  The LORD heard Elijah’s prayer, and the life of the child returned, and he revived!

This widow had already experienced the power and the blessings of God.  Earlier, she had prepared her very last amount of food for her and her son, but instead she gave it to the prophet.  As a result of her faithful giving, God miraculously touched her meal barrel, so that it remained supplied.

As trials and tribulations always seem to come into our lives, death now had stretched its hand against this widow’s only son.  Hope seemed gone as darkness began to overshadow her joy in an attempt to crush her faith and destroy her belief.

As she cried out to the Prophet Elijah, he took her son’s lifeless body into his bedroom and laid it upon his bed.  Then Elijah began to pray to the one that is the true power source of our prayers.

Elijah used natural means for warming or revivifying the child, not with the hope that it alone would prove beneficial, but with the full confidence that God would supernaturally intervene.  His gesture only expressed his grief for the child’s death, his great desire to have him raised, and his fervent prayer to God.  What actions are you demonstrating that reveal you have faith in God? 

Elijah’s conviction was so strong and sure that Almighty God would move, that stretched himself over the deceased child three times and refused to doubt in his heart.  He believed in prayer that prevails and the God that restores.  Are you convinced that there is no failure in the one that raised Jesus from the grave?

This was a great and most extraordinary prayerful request, such as never been asked of God by Elijah before.  While Elijah had no precedent  for requesting such a thing, he knew he needed a miracle which only God alone could do.

Are you experiencing a situation that you’ve never gone through before?  We too must have the confidence that there’s nothing to hard for our Lord to do.

In times of distress, illness, unexpected hard times, believers must run to God, not away from Him.  His word can still be trusted, His promises are still our sure foundation for us to stand upon, and His name is still above ever other name.

Don’t doubt in your heart!!!  Allow any difficult situation to become another great stepping stone towards your maturity in faith.  Continue to rise and give Him the glory throughout any adversity and you too shall experience the mighty grace of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

“Are You Really Trusting In The Lord?”

Today’s Daily Devotional from Pastor Andrew Bills

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Are You Really Trusting In The Lord?”

A story was reported about a group of passengers on an airplane that suddenly entered an area of severe turbulence. The passengers were terrified, some screamed while others were visibly shaken.

Then one of the badly shaken passengers noticed a little girl, sitting very contently as she continued playing with her toys and looking at her books. She clearly showed no sign of fear. When asked why she wasn’t afraid during the terrible turbulence she simply replied, Because my daddy is the pilot and he’s in full control.”

Trusting The Lord always depends upon your personal relationship with Him.  If a trustworthy family member tells you that they will pick you up at the airport at 9pm, you know that they will be there because you trust them because of your personal relationship with them.

If a total stranger approaches you in the market and says if you loan him a $500 he will pay you back on next week, but because you lack relationship, how do you know that you can trust him?

In Isaiah 41:10 NIV God Says, “Fear not, for I am with you, do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you, and I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.”

While this promise from our Lord was initially addressed to the exiled Jews during their long and painful captivity in Babylon, it’s also addressed to His people today who are going through any adverse, negative and painful circumstances or conditions.

God made it clear before, and Is once again making it very plain, Fear Not, For I AM With Thee.” HE IS the sole reason that we shouldn’t ever be fearful.

Romans 8:31 says, “If God be for us, who can be against us?” What higher consolation can you ever desire or have than the assurance of Him being our Heavenly Father and a protector, counselor, and guide to us during times of great confusion and difficulty.

There is no higher honor in life than to enter into His family and be permitted to call the Creator and The Most High God Father“, and have the Lord of the universe as our Eternal Friend.

“Be not dismayed” means that whenever a state of alarm or danger comes, those that trust and look to Him can be calm because of our peace within and our faith in His Words.

We are then given the reason why we shouldn’t be afraid, For I AM Your God.” Our Heavenly Father has declared that “I am able to preserve, strengthen, keep and bless you.” The God of Heaven is our God and is our source and power, and that power has been pledged for the protection of all that come to Him.

Furthermore God said, “I will uphold you with the right hand of my righteousness.” Our Heavenly Father has also declared that, “I will enable you to bear all your trials with my faithful right hand.” We can rely on Our Lord and the power of His Might.

There is no greater security than believing and knowing that you’re safe in the hands of The Almighty and Living God.