Jesus has come to save us.
That seems like such a simple thought but there’s some details you have to notice. There’s a present tense about it. Jesus has come to save us. What He did in the past is what saved us, yes. At just the right time, He gave His life up on the cross and that is the deed that did away with it all. At just the right time, He rose from the dead and conquered it all. He won the battle, past tense. But He has come to save us. He is here now. He is among us. He is in us. He is us. There’s no going up to Him. There’s no climbing a mountain to get ourselves us to His glory. There’s no climbing a ladder to make ourselves worthy of His love and grace.
His is love is here. His grace is here. Reach out and grab them. Grab them and hold on tight.
He won’t let you go, but you’ll let go of Him. When you do, don’t worry, He will still be there when you get back.
Jesus you’re the one who saves us. You’re the one who saves us. King of all the other kings on earth. -All Sons & Daughters
This quote brings about a second thought. Jesus has come to save us and He is king of all the other kings on earth. Whatever you idol is, it can’t save you. Whatever you’re trying to get from it, you will get from Him. If you don’t, you don’t need it. Money won’t save you. Your job won’t save you. Your husband won’t save you. The drugs, the porn, the friendships, the dreams, the tomorrows, the drink, none of it. None of it will save you. None of it is saving you.
Actually, it’s killing you.
Get Jesus. Find Jesus. He’s there. He’s searching for you. He’s come to save you. You’re his damsel in distress.