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by Patty Wysong
3/26/2008 / Devotionals
Not too long ago we woke up to trouble. Big trouble. My husband's computer, the important one with all our pictures and other crucial information, could no longer go on-line. After some investigating we found that the security system was compromised (dissolved?) and our internet capability was gone. This problem was way beyond me and my puny computer abilities.
As I put his lunch together that day, I was thinking about this new problem. His computer being down affected me because he had on-line work that had to be done, which meant he would be using my computerand I'm a computer hog at heart. So I was doing some prior attitude adjusting and day shuffling to get my work done before he needed my toy, er, tool, when God dropped an orange on me.
As in, "Orange ya' glad your security system can never fail!" And He wasn't referring to my computer.
God is my security system. He can never fail like Windows firewall and Norton's can. Nothing can get to meno viruses, worms, trojan horses, or any other fatal thing without going through HIM first. And I have His promise that He will never leave me nor forsake me. I'm truly safe and secure. What a truth and promise to hold on to!
So, although our computer's security system was dissolved, my Security can never, ever be dissolved.
Patty Wysong is a Christian wife and homeschool mom of 5 who is passionate about wrapping lessons in pretty packages that will point others to God.
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