God is our Protector

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God is our Protector

PROTECTOR

WHAT COMES TO MIND WHEN YOU READ THAT WORD?

When we’re younger, protection and shelter are things we either know and experience or we don’t. When we feel safe, we know it. When we don’t, fear, doubt, and insecurity creep in, no matter our age.


Seeing God as our Protector can be difficult–especially if our view of what a protector is becomes skewed from life experiences. And, if you find yourself in this boat, I get it, it’s something I’ve struggled with for over 29 years but, my friends, it doesn’t have to be this way.


God has made a way for us to see Him as our safe-haven, our shelter, our covering, and most of all–the one who fights for us and wins every time. Though we all experience pain and hurt, it doesn’t mean that God isn’t still protecting us along the way.


As we chat through what it looks like to see God as our Protector, I challenge you to open your eyes and heart to not see God through the lens of your past or your pain, but see him willing and able to heal every wound and show you just how protected and covered you can be in Him.
As you watch the video, I’m praying that the Holy Spirit will gently sweep in and remove your past perceptions of God and insert a new perspective: God is your Protector.


On the journey with you friends,


-Jessica

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Jessica Pittman

Jessica is one of the original co-founders of WE Are Unveiled. She currently is a growing leader in the marketplace and it is her life mission to live her life to bring Jesus everywhere she goes.

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God is Our Provider

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God is Our Provider

Provider.

What comes to mind when you read that word?

Do you become anxious as you wonder how you’ll make ends meet this month?

Do you picture a person you can always count on, like your mom, dad, or spouse?

Do you feel disappointed, certain that no matter what you do, you just won’t have everything you need?

Our perspectives on the word ‘provider’ are all different and are based on our unique experiences. We have memories of lack and plenty and our own ideas about what provision means and who it comes from. But what if I told you that you can reshape your view? What if you could not only see, but believe, that God is your source of all provision?

According to Scripture, God is our provider. He’s a Father who provides physically, emotionally, and even spiritually. He’s a God who gives good gifts, anticipates our needs, and takes care of even the smallest details of our lives.

This month, we will unpack God’s true character and heart as a Father who provides. My prayer is that, as you see our video, the Lord will begin to open your eyes, your heart, and your mind to fully receive the truth of who your heavenly Father is. May He begin to mend what has been broken in your life as He reminds you who you truly are in Him as His beloved child.

Monica

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Monica Zuniga

Monica is the founder of We are Unveiled and seeks to use her life to point others to Christ.

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