Slow to Anger
“The Lord is compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abounding in love.” (Psalm 103:8)
Psalm 103, verse 8 came to mind this week as I traveled the streets of my city and experienced the awful craziness of people on the roads driving fast, cutting me off on the expressway, tailgating, etc. It has been nerve-racking and quite fearful for everyone on the streets or anywhere.
My husband and I make sure our family prays the blood of Jesus before we start the car and while we travel. I believe if I didn’t pray, we would have been injured.
In this wicked climate we are experiencing, we must keep our eye on Jesus and “pray without ceasing” (1 Thess 5:17). We are in the last of the last days, and the signs are everywhere; we should keep our thoughts and mind on saving as many souls as possible and “save other by snatching then from the fire.” (Jude 1:23) and keep ourselves from falling into sin. Not saying we are perfect or don’t have sin. Instead, we should repent daily and let the Holy Spirit guide us in our walk with the LORD.
As I remember the compassionate and gracious love of Jesus Christ, who died to save us all, it humbles me more to think. My heavenly Father loved me so much that he died for my wretched sins and the entire world. So take time this week and thank Jesus Christ for coming to Earth to save us.
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