It just took two digits and all of a sudden I wasn’t who I thought I was. I was topping up my “Mac Pass” at their office and the “customer service” rep informed me that either my pass didn’t belong to me or I wasn’t who I said I was. Well, I knew the pass was mine, it had my phone number on it so that only left one possible explanation. I wasn’t who I thought I was.

I was just coming to grips with my new identity and was wondering where I lived and what I did for a living when the lady said, “I’m sorry Mr. Guptill I typed your pass number in wrong.” Boy that was a relief.

And so, I left the office the same person I was when I came in and that felt great.

Almost forty years ago I became a Christ Follower and my name was written in the Lamb’s Book of Life and I will never have to worry about being mistaken for somebody else when I stand before my Saviour. Nobody will type my number in wrong.

If your name isn’t in the Book, then you really should take care of that before it’s too late.  Have a great week and remember: To see what is really possible, you will have to attempt the impossible.

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