Most of our assurances in life are deceptive-- pensions, payroll and education. Skills, assets, and social circles. Guns, security systems, and alarms. These are things we collect and stockpile to make us feel safe to give us assurance that we’ll be taken care of.
But businesses go bankrupt and so do pensions. The weight of your education is constantly being diluted. Your skills are being automated. Social circles don’t think you’re as cool anymore. And it doesn’t matter how many guns, security systems or alarms you have, it the danger you don’t expect that makes you the most vulnerable.
The assurance of the believer is something deeper than these circumstantial assurance. Find out what this assurance is in "Finding Courage in Assurance":