Hold on to your anchor

Diane Sieker photo
Growing up, I used to fish for giant sturgeon on the Columbia River Gorge. The current was intense, deadly and more than one boat went to the bottom of that river because the crew didn’t secure the anchor properly.You had to secure the anchor right, or your boat would capsize in a matter of seconds. Then you, your boat and your buddies would be lost to the current. The anchor was your lifeline, and you needed it to hold.The same is true for your life. If you don’t have your life securely anchored to something solid, you’re in danger of sinking your ship. And no one wants that to happen.So, what’s your life anchored to?The good news is that we have an anchor to hold on to. It’s the hope that comes from Jesus, and “This hope is a strong and trustworthy anchor for
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