The Lord redeems the life of his servants; none of those who take refuge in him will be condemned. Psalms 34:22 ESV

http://bible.com/59/psa.34.22.ESV

An Immunity clause is meant to protect and preserve under certain conditions. Our text reveals an immunity clause!

Beloved, whatever that’s redeemed was either lost or about to be lost. Redemption is usually very costly. The life and freedom of God’s servants are always in danger; however, He protects, preserves and sets them free, by ensuring they’re not condemned. Until your immunity is removed, you can’t be condemned, unless you’re condemned, you can’t lose your privileges, rights and life. Only those who trust and take refuge in Him have their immunity clause intact and won’t be held responsible for anything, hence can’t lose anything. There’s nothing you’ve lost that’s irreplaceable and nothing you’ve that’s beyond His protection.

Grace upon grace!
Team Treasure

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