He Will Come And Save You

Do you feel like you need to be saved? When you call on the name of the Lord you will be saved. Unless you have not accepted Jesus in to your heart yet. If you would like to, you can do so now by going to the Receive Jesus As Your Savior Today page.

Save me, O God; for the waters are come in unto my soul. I sink in deep mire, where there is no standing: I am come into deep waters, where the floods overflow me. I am weary of my crying: my throat is dried: mine eyes fail while I wait for my God. – Psalm 69:1-3



Say to those who are broken-hearted

Do not be afraid

The Lord Your God is strong

And with His mighty arms

When you call out His name

He will come and save



He will come and save you

He will come and save you

Say to the weary one

Your God will surely come

He will come and save you

He will come and save you

He will come and save you

Lift up your eyes to Him

You will arise again

He will come and save you


Say to those who are brokenhearted

Do not lose your faith

The Lord your God is strong

with His loving arms

When you call on His name

He will come and save

(repeat chorus)


He is our refuge in the day of trouble

He is our shelter in the time of storm

He is our tower in the day of sorrow

Our fortress in the time of war

This song is by Bob Fitts and Gary Sadler. Album: He Will Save You. 1995 Integrity’s Hosanna Music


Divine – Karen Kingsbury

First book review of 2011!

About a month ago I was looking for a book that was not focused on romance or anything of the sort. Divine is the book I found. I was actually surprised that Kingsbury wrote this book…I guess it’s because I’m used to reading about romance in her novels.

Anyway, Divine is a nice book to read. I recommend this book but I must say that the first half of this book may have you upset and probably even mad because of the decisions and actions of the characters. The main character, Mary, goes through physical, emotional, and sexual  abuse at an early age. What I like about Divine is that it shows how God can save anyone with any problem, if they are willing to receive it. I also like that throughout the whole book there is always a glimmer of hope and light that shines…because of her grandmother and all the other characters that believe in the true and living God. Although she does not always see the way of truth and hope in her life, Mary eventually recognizes it and accepts it, after all her attempts to find real love failed. As the story continues, you are able to see how God used what she went through to save others who also experience or have experienced what she went through.

Even the most hard to imagine situations in a person’s life, God can save. He can save us, no matter how far we think we’ve gone. All we have to do is call out to Him(God) with a contrite and humble heart and He will save us from a life of trouble, confusion, fear, pain, and much more. God is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all we ask or think (Ephesians 3:20).

Whatever trouble you may be going through, stop taking matters into your own hands and put it in the hands of God, trust Him. To give it all to God, to know what true love is, go to the Receive Jesus As Your Savior Today page above.