Rescue is what God does best

Session 13

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Call to Prayer

Using brutal images, Isaiah 59 describes the effects of sin. Sin disconnects us from God making us blind and vulnerable. But while sin gripped us tightly in its coils, God stepped in to rescue us. “He saw that there was no man to intercede; then His own arm brought Him salvation” (Isaiah 59:16).  

 

Today as you read, fast, and pray, know that Isaiah 59:21 is true for you. Though our sin causes us to feel distant from Jesus, His love is never far from us. Take a moment to confess any sins, then thank God for sending Jesus to rescue us.

 

May you experience the joy of your salvation today!

 

Today’s Scripture

Isaiah 59

 

Ways to Pray

  • Praise God for rescuing you! Thank God for the gifts that have come into your life because He rescued you. Can you think of five specific things to thank Him for? 

  • Ask the Holy Spirit to continue to renew and transform your mind. 

  • Ask God for an opportunity to share your story with someone today.