A Serendipitous Devotion (or maybe not).

I looked up the word “redeem” to see how Merriam Webster Dictionary defined it. It Turned out to be a devotion in itself.

Definition of REDEEM
transitive verb
a : to buy back : repurchase b : to get or win back
: to free from what distresses or harms: as a : to free from captivity by payment of ransom b : to extricate from or help to overcome something detrimental c : to release from blame or debt : clear d : to free from the consequences of sin
: to change for the better : reform
: repair, restore
a : to free from a lien by payment of an amount secured thereby b (1) : to remove the obligation of by payment. (2) : to exchange for something of value. c : to make good : fulfill
a : to atone for : expiate b (1) : to offset the bad effect of (2) : to make worthwhile.

After letting it set in, all I could say over and over again was: “Thank You Jesus.”

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