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My Redeemer Lives

Job 19:25 I know that my Redeemer lives.

Job’s comfort in the confidence of stating the words “I know that my Redeemer lives” was paramount to surviving his tribulations and torment he had gone through. He didn’t use the words, “I think” or “Maybe.” No, he was emphatic in saying “I know.” That is a monumental and bold statement by Job. That one word “know” makes a huge difference. Say it aloud, with a maybe, or think in the place of “know” and it tends to downplay the enormity of the confidence and faith one would have.

Having a living Redeemer and viable loving Being in Christ is pure joy encapsulated and a resilience in our spirit that can never be shaken or taken down. No man, creature or evil can shatter the confidence that “Job” demonstrated. And so, it shall be with those of faith and unwavering truth of the LORD in their grasp.

When one has the innate and absolute truth in their midst, and the promises of the LORD, it becomes inherently apparent to them. The aspects of their demeanor and overall character changes readily each day, step by step along the way, we are lulled then catapulted into the realization of His love for us, and how He is in fact our Redeemer!

Isaiah 47:4 As for our redeemer, the Lord of hosts is his name, the Holy One of Israel.

This is the season to recognize and honor Christ’s spirit and His miraculous birth. And although it should be Christmas in our hearts every single day, this is a time when most will acknowledge it more so than usual.

World Renowned Preacher Charles Spurgeon said, “A living Redeemer is joy unspeakable.” And that was true back then and it is true to this day and every day to follow in time.

Understanding the depth of His love and His mission to have been born and come to earth on a mission for us, is clearly indefinable in terms of the mind to grasp in our flesh bodies. But enough to realize that it was the biggest love story and gift that was ever recorded in the history of time. To this day, over two thousand years later, the world still speaks about Him. We still celebrate who He is. And His Holy Bible remains the world’s most popular book of all time.

The foundation in which we stand and upon who we purpose our lives is Christ, the King. He is the epicenter of my soul, and the breath of my existence. Our Redeemer lives.  Oh how can we give thanks to One so great? How can we insinuate ourselves into the mind-set of our Redeemer?

Psalm 19:4 Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and my redeemer.

Do you say, “I know” my Redeemer lives? How would you define your characterization of Christ? How do you uphold His gospel of truth?

This season and all the seasons of our lives let’s give thanks to the Greatest ever, Jesus Christ, our Redeemer.


“Father, I give You thanks and praise for Your Son, our Redeemer, Christ the LORD, all glory and honor are Yours, now and always, in Jesus’ name, Amen.”


C D SWANSON is an Author of 22 plus books, freelance writer, contributor to various websites, including The Bottom Line Ministries/Faith News. She's an active member of Faithwriters- and has her online website/ministry for over 15 years. It is her greatest joy to write what’s in her heart, and thus her favorite form of expression is in her devotionals. She and her husband share a deep love of God and dote on their fur baby Mickey. Retired Director from Long Term Healthcare Industry, she continues to be an advocate for many. To check out other writings of this author you can go here:

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  1. Amen! There is no greater joy and comfort than knowing and living our lives based on the words, “My Redeemer Lives.” Thank you dear Camille.

  2. I agree Jennifer, no greater joy and comfort!
    Thank you for your kind comments and words.
    Blessings to you dear friend~

  3. It is really hard (impossible) to serve the Lord if you don’t have the assurance to KNOW that you have been redeemed by the blood of the Lamb who rose again from the grave. Praise the Lord for salvation and for His presence daily in our lives and in the lives of all born-again Christians.

    Thanks, CD, for another great article.

    • Thank you, Dale for your input, wisdom and affirmation concerning the LORD and being redeemed by His blood. How blessed are those who KNOW and serve Him.
      Thanks for your great articles Dale!
      God Bless you my friend~


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