When my brother Jason lived in Florida he volunteered as a fireman. A day-in-the-life can be a building on fire, a fatality on the highway, a threat of terrorism. While someone like me would run from these scenarios, someone like my brother runs to them.  Curiously, when I asked Jason about it, he didn’t have some pithy explanation. He just said, “I don’t know, it’s just something inside of me.” Jesus saves too. A day-in-the-life for Him is a man addicted to drugs; a woman being trafficked; a college student attempting suicide; a spouse being betrayed; a parent seeing their baby rushed to the ICU; a single-parent losing their job; a “healthy” person getting a “terminal” diagnosis. Everyday we find ourselves in need of being saved, and Jesus goes through any and all fires to get to us. I know someone who started taking drugs when he was a young teen. For two decades, it would be a burning building he could not get out of and it presented three choices: give up and burn; risk everything trying to find an escape; call upon Jesus, who knows the way in and the way out because He is the Way (John 14:6). He can rescue without any risk to his own Holiness while keeping those He rescues, safe. After years of the first two choices being in vain, this addict called upon the name of the Lord to be saved. Today, he is six months sober and alive.  If you need to be saved, call on Jesus. He loves you. He already went through the fires of hell, died and defeated death for you! And He is standing by to rescue you. “And everyone who calls on the name of the Lord will be saved.” Acts 2:21 

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