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Tuesday, February 28, 2012


"The witness is in protective custody, Ma’am," the TV police detective announced.

When the world pushes in and threatens our safety or sanity, we can ask for PC (protective custody). That is especially true if we are a witness to an important event. Some people have information that must be guarded until an appropriate time for them to revealed it.

Have you been a witness? Do you possess precious information? How can you possibly say no?

Every living person has a story to tell. It is their testimony to what God has done in their lives. Their information is important and they are responsible for keeping it safe until they can pass it to another.

You don’t believe you have a story to tell? You have no witness? You have no information that needs to be guarded? Oh yes you do and it is sad that you don’t believe it too.

Your witness to what God has done in your life is copyrighted material. It is your story and yours alone. Two people may have the same theme to their witness, but no two stories are exactly the same. You are given the awesome job as keeper, or guard of that precious story until you are called on to bear that witness.

Seek the protective custody of God. Your story is precious and should not be thrown out for someone to trample on. Lean on the heart of God and let Him call you to the stand where you can bear witness to His love, His protection and His healing. Let us pray:

"Our Father God we bow before your presence. You are Holy and above all there is. We ask you to let us live in you where there is protective custody from those who might threaten to damage your story that is alive in us. We long to do your will and seek your guidance as you give us our mission and we set our goals. Forgive us when we fail to seek you in our lives then allow your story of our life together to be minimalized. It is more precious than jewels. Give us your protection and your love. In the name of Jesus we pray. Amen"

"God gives us stories that testify to His love. Let me tell you mine."
Copyright 2012 Doris Gaines Rapp

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