Spread the Good Word: Isaiah 54:17

by | Oct 27, 2017 | The Good Word | 0 comments

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There is a lot of anger and aggression in the world today — threats of physical violence, hateful words hissed low — and we often feel like we’re the ones under attack.

Whatever you fear, we hope that today’s Good Word brings you comfort in knowing that God’s hand of protection is upon you, not because you are so righteous but because the Lord is so righteous.

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