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“Look unto me, and be ye saved”
Isaiah 45:22

Salvation is not a onetime experience. It is a life and a relationship. The complexities of our heart and the trials and tribulations of our faith in an antagonistic world demand a constant looking unto HIM. There are also great changes that must be made within our being to walk with the Almighty God. These bring us the NEED for fresh and new revelations of HIS saving grace in our lives.

It is in our continual looking unto HIM that we are ever in the ACT of being saved; saved from our short sightedness and our resistance to change and growth.

“Look unto me, and be ye saved” is more than a nice scripture to quote. It is in the seeing of HIM that we are lifted up out of ourselves, our outlook and our carnal tendencies and enabled to see the world through HIS eyes.

“Look unto me, and be ye saved” is the WAY of LIFE. It is the only way for growth and development. Yes it is fraught with new responsibilities, trials and testing, but it is the way of LIFE. Whether it is the disciples who walked the Emmaus Road in discouragement, or Peter venturing out of the boat to walk upon the stormy sea, HE is our answer. Growth is the evidence of LIFE. Growth in HIS purposes is revealed in the child like faith of walking with our heavenly Father. Except we “become as little children” we will not enter the Kingdom. This is not just a phrase it is a REQUIRED condition. Our only participation in the ACT of “becoming” is to be continually “looking unto HIM”! He is the Author and the Finisher of our faith. “Our Faith” is a faith that is personal and precious and its development requires our attention and response to HIM. To hear and not do, to see and not respond, are the earmarks of decay and stagnation.

“Look unto me, and be ye saved”. No matter what the circumstances HE is our present help; the ladder out of every pit, our light in times of darkness, our guide when we are lost, our friend when there is no other. HE is OUR SALVATION and HIS name is JESUS!

“Look unto me, and be ye saved”

Brian Troxel


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