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A SAFE PLACE


Some years ago, I used to see Project Safe Place signs. Perhaps you have seen them too. They were most often displayed on houses along residential streets, or on fire stations, or even on public library buildings. They are diamond-shaped with a yellow background and a black logo, showing a large figure, presumably a caring adult, embracing a smaller figure, which represents a child in need.


And that was the point of a Safe Place. A child or a teenager in any kind of trouble -- from being locked out of his own home to being threatened by abuse -- could find immediate help at a Safe Place house. And that's a good thing, isn't it?


The Scriptures tell us that, ultimately -- when eternity is in view -- there is only one safe place, and that place is in the grip of the Triune God. It is Jesus' 'hand,' out of which 'no one can snatch' us. It is the hand of the Father. 'No one can snatch [us] out of my Father's hand.' These are Jesus' words.

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