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The Anchor

The Anchor

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Published by: Amit Sethi on Nov 05, 2011
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The Anchor Points to Ponder .

This hope we have as an anchor of the soul. —Hebrews 6:19 . both sure and steadfast.

—Author unknown .To realize the worth of the anchor. we need to feel the storm.

the anchor symbolized their hope in Christ.The fact that the early Christians often used the symbol of the fish to signal their faith to fellow-believers is common knowledge. Anchors adorn numerous tombs of early Christians buried in the catacombs beneath Rome. From ancient times. For Christians. who would bring them to the safe harbor of His heavenly kingdom. their use of an anchor is less well known. the anchor was viewed as a symbol of safety. —Christine Hunt .

And so the soul does not rest on what it sees in itself.We do not steady the ship by fixing the anchor on anything that is inside the vessel. Thomas Chalmers (1780–1847) . —Adapted from Dr. the impossibility of his falsehood. but on what it sees in the character of God. the certainty of his truth. The anchorage must be outside of the ship.

eternally secure. We know that God is watching out for us wherever we are and whatever we’re doing. We can survive it and surmount it. It hardly matters what happens around us on the constantly changing sea of life. because we have Him.We have someone in whom we can rest assured. We have that anchor. —David Fontaine .

that can evermore endure. On my bark so small and frail. till the turning of the tide. For in Christ I can be bold. —William Clark Martin (1864–1914) . [I withstand] the tempest’s shock. my anchor holds. my anchor holds. And it holds. then. for my anchor grips the rock.I’ve an anchor safe and sure. By His grace I shall not fail. I’ve an anchor that shall hold. O gale. Through the storm I safely ride. Blow your wildest. For my anchor holds.

Savor the flavor of life. knowing that “in every high and stormy gale. Don’t needlessly fret about the details of life. Enjoy the sunset.Jesus Christ is the anchor of your soul.” —Steve McVey (b. You belong to God and there is nothing that can force you to crash on the rocks. Trust Christ in every circumstance.1954) . You are secure because He is secure. Then relax. my anchor holds within the veil. Rest.

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