Spread the Good Word: Proverbs 18:10

by | Aug 24, 2018 | The Good Word | 0 comments


Today’s Good Word from Proverbs tells us that the Lord’s name is a strong tower where we can run and be safe. 

That sounds great. But what does it really mean?

We know that there is power in the name of Jesus Christ. It’s so important that we won’t even pray without using His name. In the name of Jesus Christ, the captives are set free, the tempter has to flee. 

When we have a need, we can call upon Jesus Christ to intercede on our behalf to the Father. We are safe from earthly danger. We are saved from eternal danger.

Praise God for the power of His holy name!

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