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Kate Motaung is the wife of a South African pastor and homeschooling mom of three.  She has contributed to Ungrind, Radiant Magazine, (in)Courage, StartMarriageRight.com, Thriving Family, MOPS and Young Disciple magazine.  You can read more from Kate at her blog, Heading Home or on Twitter @k8motaung 

Three-year-old theology

Wednesday, April 24, 2013 #growth #salvation #grace #God #security #humility #christian living #trust

When asked if he could swim, my three-year-old proudly announced, "I can swim! ... But only when I wear my life jacket so I don't drown."
 

Cute as it was, isn't this true for all of us with how we live our lives?
 

We think we can swim on our own. But the truth is, if we were left to our own devices, we would most certainly drown. We need God as our life jacket.
 

Without God the Son saving us, God the Father sustaining us, and God the Holy Spirit guiding us, there is no hope.
 

So the question is: Are you wearing your life jacket? Or are you trying to swim on your own?

 

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