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He Comforts Us

“I, even I, am he who comforts you. Who are you that you fear mere mortals, human beings who are but grass, Isaiah 51:12 NIV

In this verse, God is speaking through the prophet Isaiah to comfort the people of Israel. The verse emphasizes God’s sovereignty and power compared to mortal human beings. God reassures us that we should not fear human oppressors or enemies, as they are temporary and fragile like grass, while God is eternal and powerful.

The verse encourages us to put our trust and confidence in God’s comfort and protection rather than being afraid of what humans can do to us. It’s a reminder of God’s faithfulness and his ability to provide strength and security to those who rely on him.

 

–Diane (blog.peacebewithu.org)

Written by Diane Levy

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