My Redeemer Lives – Beloved Women – October 29, 2019
“For I know that my Redeemer lives, and at the last he will stand upon the earth.” (Job 19:25 ESV)
I enjoy listening to modern Christian music. But, every once in awhile, I like to hear some of the older hymns. The words of those old classics take me back to childhood memories where I attended church with my parents. I remember my dad belting out the tunes in his thick, Irish accent.
The song “He Lives” by Alfred H. Ackley remains one of my favorites. The writer speaks to my heart with the words, “He walks with me and talks with me. Along life’s narrow way.” Because our Savior lives, we can establish a genuine relationship with Him. Through our relationship with Christ, He will guide and direct our steps daily.
Job had the right idea when he spoke the words recorded in Job 19:25: “I know my redeemer lives” (ESV). Like Job, I know my Redeemer lives, and someday He will stand on the earth once again. Such a great thought which can help us get through difficult times.
Dear Heavenly Father, thank You for reassuring us that You are alive and active in our lives. Help us to share the Good News that You are alive, so others develop a relationship with You too. In Jesus Christ’s Name, I pray. Amen.
How has God demonstrated that He is alive in your life?
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Originally published Tuesday, 29 October 2019.