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I'm a 73 year old radio broadcaster who found great peace in his old age in the forgiveness that Jesus Christ offers to sinners. I enjoy reading my Bible and doing radio podcasts about things I have read. I also program 96.2 Follow Jesus Radio. The goal of each podcast is to encourage us all to have faith in Jesus Christ, God's Son, and to follow Him daily.

I encourage you to place your faith in Jesus Christ. Trust Him alone to save you. Look unto Him alone for life and salvation. He took the punishment for all our sins and only He can make us acceptable before God. Then follow Him. His words will change your life.

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This unravels the mystery

(Octavius Winslow, "Christ, the Counselor")

The path of providence is often paved with difficultiesand beset with perplexities with which we can hardly cope.

Our way to Heaven is through an intricate wilderness, and across a circuitous desert.

To many even of the Lord's people, this is literally the case. Visit their abodes, and ponder the struggle passing within. All is . . .
poverty and discomfort,
penury of bread,
scantiness of clothing,
pining sickness,
loathsome disease,
excruciating suffering,
with no human friends, no soothing alleviation, no earthly comforts.

And yet this dark picture is not entirely unrelieved.

Christ dwells in that obscure abode! God's eye is watching over it! There is . . .
gnawing poverty--and yet boundless wealth;
deep need--and yet a rich supply;
acute suffering--and yet exquisite pleasure;
keen sorrow--and yet unspeakable joy!

And why these paradoxes? How are we to understand these strange contradictions?

The apostle gives us a clue in a page of his own history.
"As unknown--and yet well known;
as dying--and behold, we live;
as chastened--and not killed;
as sorrowful--yet always rejoicing;
as poor--yet making many rich;
as having nothing--yet possessing all things!"

This unravels the mystery!

The possession of Christ explains it! He who has Christin him, and Christ with him, and the hope of being forever with Christ in glory--is not a poor, nor a sorrowful, nor a suffering, nor a lonely man. He can say, "I am not alone, for my Father is with me! I am not poor, for all things are mine! My body is diseased--but my soul is in health! I have all and abound!"

Can we for a moment doubt His perfect power . . .
to undertake all the cares,
to cope with all the difficulties,
to solve all the doubts, and
to disentangle all the perplexities brought to Him by His saints in all places and at all times!

"Do not be afraid, for I have ransomed you. I have called you by name--you are Mine! When you go through deep waters and great trouble--I will be with you. When you go through rivers of difficulty--you will not drown! When you walk through the fire of oppression--you will not be burned up; the flames will not consume you. For I am the Lord, your God, the Holy One of Israel, your Savior!" Isaiah 43:1-3