Jesus Is… The Anchor

“This hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and steadfast, and which enters the Presence behind the veil,” Hebrews‬ ‭6:19

An anchor prevents a boat or craft to be blown away by wind or current. The boat becomes immovable once anchored in its place. So are we with Jesus in our lives. He is called the Anchor of the soul of the believer. He is sure and steadfast. Immovable. When Jesus is the Anchor of our souls, come what may, we are not moved by the storms of life. We may feel the effects of the storm but we will not be moved because we are anchored in Him.

Father, thank You for being the Anchor of my soul. You are immovable. Sure and steadfast and in You, I cannot be shaken. I ask that You will search the hearts of those who aren’t anchored in You. Reveal Yourself to them as the Anchor of the soul. Show them that come what may; if they are in You, they will not be moved because they have made You their Anchor. I pray for peace in the midst of storms that cause them to feel shaken and uncertain. I pray that they will seek to know You as not a character from merely a book but the One True God of the Bible. You are the same, yesterday, today and forever. Open eyes that they see the God of The Bible; the Savior of the world; the Anchor of the soul for those who trust in You. In Jesus name, amen.


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