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"The LORD redeemeth the soul of His servants; and none of them that trust in Him shall be desolate."
- Psalm 34:22
 
Divine assurance is very comprehensive in this text. Note it is restricted to "His servants," to "them that trust in Him." All others shall some day find themselves desolate, utterly forsaken, alone, helpless, despairing. The fear of this being left desolate in the crises of life is one of the most dreadful to haunt the human heart. To be all alone in some distress with no one to hear and help, that is . . .

"The LORD redeemeth the soul of His servants; and none of them that trust in Him shall be desolate."
- Psalm 34:22
 
Divine assurance is very comprehensive in this text. Note it is restricted to "His servants," to "them that trust in Him." All others shall some day find themselves desolate, utterly forsaken, alone, helpless, despairing. The fear of this being left desolate in the crises of life is one of the most dreadful to haunt the human heart. To be all alone in some distress with no one to hear and help, that is an awful experience. He who has no God, no Savior, to hear and to deliver in that crisis, he is desolate indeed and without comfort and hope. Such a person goes down into hell of despair because of sins unrepeated of and unforgiven.
 
Christian friends, faith, obedience, service, trust, these all go hand in hand. To the servants that trust in Him the LORD gives the assurance of present and future delivery from desolation and condemnation. "The LORD will deliver me from every evil work."
 
      God will take care of you still to the end;
      O what a Father, Redeemer, and Friend.
      Jesus will answer whenever you call;
      He will take care of you, trust Him for all.
 
THOUGHT FOR THE DAY - If we depend on Christ for everything, we can endure anything. 

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