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Blessed to Be a Safe Place


Do You Feel "Safe"?

“Zebulun will live by the seashore and become a haven for ships; his border will extend toward Sidon.
~Genesis 49:8-13, New International Version

Some of the most loving, most kind people I know are quick to make this statement:

"I don't like people."

Truth is that every person I have ever heard express this or something similar is

one that I have also seen

give people a second chance,

give people their ear,

and on occasion give people the shirt off their back.

They love people but grow weary of what it takes to love. They want to withdraw for their own protection but find it hard to do so when they see a need.

Do people consistently see Christ in you? If so, you are a safe place, a haven.

Are you quick to listen and slow to speak? Are you generous to what the world would call " a fault"? If this is you, it is time to find comfort in how God made you, comfort with the season He has you in, and most of all comfort in knowing Jesus has got your back.

You are safe in His arms.

Throughout the Old Testament, we see the tribe of Zebulun extending themselves beyond the norm through resources and soldiers. They were men of integrity who could be trusted. In the Promised Land, the position of their allocation was between two seas - a haven for ships. It served as a place of safety, but it also positioned them to be blessed

One person gives freely, yet gains even more; another withholds unduly, but comes to poverty.
A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed. ~ Proverbs 11:24-25, NIV

All-Sufficient God,