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God's 911

He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will abide in the shadow of the Almighty.
Psalm 91:1 (ESV)

It is a s simple as that, huh?

God's 911 directs us to dwell and take shelter in the Lord. Jesus said, "If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, you will ask what you desire, and it shall be done for you," John 15:7 (NKJV

Our help is found in Him alone. May the below ABC's of life give you strength in His promises!

To Abide in Christ is to simply take His Word at face value, John 14:24
To Believe upon Him for eternal life, John 3:16-17
To Cast all your cares upon Him for He cares for you, 1 Peter 5:7
To Draw from His well of love for peace, John 14:27
To Erase your sin seek Christ, Matt. 26:28
To Find Hope in Christ, Rom. 15:13
To Gain eternal life, John 3:3
To Have continual joy, John 15:11
To Indeed find strength, 1 Tim. 1:12
To Jesus we must direct our trust, Matt. 12:21
To Keep and receive eternal life in heaven, we must come to Jesus, John 3:17
To Lay your burdens upon Him for rest, Matt. 11:28
To Meet with Christ in prayer is the step to life, Rom. 10:9-10
To Never fear the loss of salvation believe the Word of Christ, John 10:28
To Obey Christ is to keep His word, 1 John 5:2
To Pray to the Lord is to come to His throne of Grace, Heb. 4:16
To Quit trusting in the things that bring chaos is peace, Rom. 14:19
To Receive Jesus is to receive life, John 1:12
To Sup or dine with Christ is to receive His invitation, Rev. 3:20
To Trust in anything other than Christ is futile, Mark 10:24
To Understand the keys of life we must come to Christ, Rev. 1:18
To Vibrantly reflect God you must live in Jesus,  2 Cor. 2:15
To Win the race of faith you must have Jesus as your trainer, Heb. 12:1
To X-ray your heart you must read God's Word, Heb. 4:12
To Yearn for strength, hope, peace, joy and love turn to Christ, Gal. 5:22
To Zealously seek truth we must look no further than the Bible, John 1:14, 17:17

God loves you!!!


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