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2021 q2 10

Good morning.

What comes to mind when you think about an anchor? Security, strength, steadfastness? Anchors are strong, heavy objects usually crafted from metal. When dropped into the water, they sink and fasten securely into the sand, and have been used for centuries to prevent boats from drifting off due to high winds, choppy waves, or strong currents. They’re a necessity for boating and you wouldn’t want to be caught off shore in deep waters without one.

Just as boats rely on anchors to keep them safe and secure at sea, we can rely on God to be an anchor for our soul as we walk through the uncertainties of life. He is everlasting, strong, and he is immovable. We can be certain that Christ will stick by our side and keep us steady.

As Christmas comes closer, let’s reflect upon God’s promises that were fulfilled through the birth of Christ. Our King has come. Our savior has been born. Let’s remain anchored in the true meaning of Christmas. Let’s remember that Christ came to fulfill God’s promises and to hold us steadfast in his love. He is our anchor and has come to give us hope.

"We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure." (Hebrews 6:19)


Mike and Daphne

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