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I am so glad I don't have to depend on myself. I have a wonderful Counselor, a Friend who takes the best possible care of me. I'm so glad that even when (seemingly) trivial things happen, like when a beloved cat has to be put to sleep, that I can lean on a Savior to give me the words I need.
I love that when something goes wrong, my kids immediately ask me to pray. I love those words: "Mom? Will you pray?"
I love that He comforts me, He protects my loved ones, He is the shield around me, the Foundation I stand on. He is amazing...and the more I know Him, the more I love Him.
It's an honor to be able to pray. It's an honor to be able to freely worship Him. I cannot hold back my love for Him, and I won't hold back my highest praise. I am not embarrassed to lift my hands in worship...we were made to do just that...worship.
I love what Luke 19:40 says in The Message translation: 'But He said, "If they kept quiet, the stones would do it for them, shouting praise."'
He knew that we would need a Savior.
Definition of SAVIOR
: one that saves from danger or destruction
: one who brings salvation; specifically capitalized : jesus 1
Variants of SAVIOR
sav·ior or sav·iour
Examples of SAVIOR
- We all felt that she was our savior.
savior, arriving on the scene just as we were about to be mugged>
Origin of SAVIOR
Middle English saveour, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin salvator, from salvare to save
First Known Use: 14th century