A lesson from Sammy Squirrel

A young squirrel I like to call Sammy Squirrel lives in my backyard. He loves to sit on the fence in the sun while he eats his lunch—often a big nut. When it rains, he doesn’t have to hide inside a tree, because he has a beautiful, bushy tail that he pulls over his head like an umbrella to keep him dry. 

Of course, you aren’t a squirrel. And you don’t have a tail like Sammy. But you do have something even better. It’s called your spiritual identity. And like Sammy’s tail, it is always with you to protect you.

You can think of your spiritual identity as who you really are. And you can find out who you are by listening to God. God is always giving you good thoughts telling you that you are God’s child and that you are made in His image and likeness, as it says in the Bible.

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