WE ARE SAFE IN GOD

A Small child, eagerly waiting to cross the street, stood on the curbstone at a busy intersection. A steady stream of traffic whizzed by. Presently the policeman on duty stopped the cars and beckoned to the child. Confidently stepping out into the very area which had been so hazardous a moment before but which now was safe, she skipped across the street, smiled at the policeman, and went on her way.

We too need to find and enter the safe area where the traffic of turmoil, lack, discouragement, fear of disease or disaster, will halt for us. Daniel proved that he could be safe in a lions' den. The sixth chapter of the book of Daniel points out that Daniel prayed faithfully to the one true God even after the king was persuaded by his unworthy officials to sign the decree which condemned anyone found guilty of such prayer to be cast into the den of lions. Daniel did not despair, and when he was cast into the den, his complete trust in God sustained him.

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