Salvation’s Story

This week’s devotion is from the Assembly of God’s Word for Today.

Frank usually read about sports or outdoor living, but his sister had given him several gently used novels. He found himself reading a romance where the main character lived in Frank’s hometown. He was intrigued. “This is a woman I would like to meet.” But at the end, the fictional heroine died to save another.

But because of his great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy, made us alive with Christ, even when we were dead in transgressions — it is by grace you have been saved (Ephesians 2:1-10).

The following Saturday, Frank decided to branch out his literary interests and went to his local bookstore. To his surprise, the author of the tragic romance he had read was signing copies of her novel. Frank picked up a copy and asked her to sign it for him. The fictional character was dead, but the author was alive.

Like characters in a tragedy, you were dead, but God loved you and gave you life in Jesus. It’s the greatest love story ever written. Give Him praise for the new life He has given you.

Dear Lord, help me to recognize that You are writing my story every day.

THOUGHT TO REMEMBER: When we raise our vision to look beyond what our mundane eyes can see, we watch the impossible happen through God’s eyes. “I can’t believe my eyes,” we say when we have witnessed an utterly unanticipated and/or seemingly impossible event take place. But we can believe God’s eyes and, looking through them, glimpse unimagined reasons to keep on hoping, though the desert be dry and dark and the promised land far, far away.

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3 Responses to Salvation’s Story

  1. Good story. Definitely a lesson contained within the tale.

    Please pray that God will Bless me with money to pay my rent and provide me with finances for my brother Stephen Birthday.

    My brother Stephen has Autism. He will be 58 on May 3rd. I want to give Stephen a Great Birthday Celebration.

    Thank you.

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