MY GOD

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“You won’t leave me this way!”

Were Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-Nego left in the fiery furnace to be scorched? No! 

Daniel 3 says, 

“Then Nebuchadnezzar went near the mouth of the burning fiery furnace and spoke, saying, “Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-Nego, servants of the Most High God, come out, and come here. ”Then Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-Nego came from the midst of the fire. And the satraps, administrators, governors, and the king’s counselors gathered together, and they saw these men on whose bodies the fire had no power; the hair of their head was not singed nor were their garments affected, and the smell of fire was not on them.”

Daniel 3:26-27 

Did you read that? The fire had no power… and they came out of that furnace unscathed… with not even a trace of smoke on them.

This is our Deliverer. This is His protection. 

Also, Daniel 3:25 tells us that there was a fourth man in the fire. They were not alone. The Son of God came to their rescue just as He does for us today. 

So whatever trial, I promise you that He is carrying you. And every time the enemy rears his ugly head and tells you it’s never going to be over… you can stand tall because you know the truth. 

Our God is the same yesterday, today, and forever! (Hebrews 13:8)

He’s a God that loves us dearly but is way too good to leave us just as we are. He may let you go through the fire, but you can rest assured, He will bring you out.

In the moment you step out, you will notice something, you are still you, but different. You bring glory to God in a fresh way— You’ve been forever changed. 

This is the faithfulness of our God. 

We serve a kind and gracious God. A God who doesn’t waste a single moment. A God who is in the business of restoring. A God who loves you, who loves me. End of story!

This is our Deliverer. This is His protection.

Published by: Rebekah Clearwater

In a world of noise, writing is the catalyst that drives my focus back to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, and reminds me of the hope I have in Him— nothing has changed, yet everything has changed.

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