The eternal God of the universe wants to be your close, personal friend. He longs to be your song. Your portion. Your light. King David knew the Lord in many ways. One of which was as his salvation: “The Lord is my light and my salvation; whom shall I fear?” (Psalm 27:1). Spiritually, salvation means our sins are forgiven and our eternal life is guaranteed. But salvation also represents a wide, open place. A place where our feet can be secure. Where we walk and run with freedom, having no worries of tripping or falling. Further, salvation can mean a new beginning. A fresh start. A rebirth into a new identity in Christ. One in which our sins are forgiven. Our slate has been wiped clean. We’ve been chosen by our loving Daddy, and He promises to never forsake us. No matter what we do. Have you received salvation from God? Pray to your personal God now: “Daddy, no matter what I do, I know I am loved by You. Jesus paid it all for me when He died on the cross. And when I become Your child, all things are made new. I get to spend eternity in heaven with You. You are my open space. You are able to keep me from falling.” The Lord God who rules over all is your personal salvation. Why should you ever be afraid?