John 10:28 – No One Will Snatch Them Out Of My Hand


No Man Can Pluck You Out of My Hand

John 10:28 says “I give them eternal life, and they shall never perish; no one will snatch them out of my hand.” This verse was written by Jesus himself and he was appealing to God the Father in this way. If no man can pluck you out of my hands, then who can? Is it a human being or is it an angel?

John 10:28 - No One Will Snatch Them Out Of My Hand

This verse teaches that the Bible’s “no man can pluck you out of my hand” phrase refers to the selection of Christians. In other words, it says that God has chosen us for His purposes and no man can pluck us out of His. If you are a Christian, you will have no choice but to believe this statement. The Bible teaches that we are all sinners and that our sinful natures separate us from God.

God Holds Us in the Palm of His Hand?

In the King James Version, we are told that God holds us in the palm of his hand. Apparently, it doesn’t mean he can see what we do and where we go. He does, however, see that we are good. So where in the Bible does God say He holds us in the palm of His hand? Here are three verses that show that God loves us and is unchanging, and one of those verses is in the Old Testament.

John 10:28 - No One Will Snatch Them Out Of My Hand

“My times are in your hands,” says Psalm 31:15. But this doesn’t mean that He holds the entire world in His hands. It just means that He holds each Christian in his hand and never forgets them. He saw the walls of the holy city on the cross and nailed His hands to it for us. So why would He forget about us?

Interestingly, there are some scriptures that teach us that God holds us in his hand. Isaiah 41:13, for example, teaches that we are his handiwork and that He has the authority to make them good. In fact, the book of Isaiah reminds us that the word “handiwork” means “to eat,” and it is a symbol of sacrifice and devotion.

Guaranteed – We Will Never Be Ripped Out of God’s Hand

The Bible tells us that God will never leave us, but He will not let go of us. He is the one who loves us. He will never let go of us. He will never abandon us. The best guarantee that we will not be ripped out of God’s hand is found in His Word. If we believe His Word, we will know that we will not be taken from His hand.

John 10:28 - No One Will Snatch Them Out Of My Hand

We may doubt, but God will never take us from His hand. He has given us free will. He will never curtail our free will. He wants us to respond to Him in repentance and become right with Him. And He has been working through all the hard times of life to make sure we will respond to Him. And even when we don’t feel like it, He will always walk us through it.

What is the guarantee that we will never be removed from God’s hand? The promise in the Psalms was a very real promise, which the Jews believed. But many of them were afraid that God’s righteousness would condemn them. But, if we do obey His commandments, we will never be ripped out of God’s hand. And when we do obey His commandments, we are guaranteed that our confidence will not be broken.

God is Always With You?

John 10:28 - No One Will Snatch Them Out Of My Hand

Where in the Bible does it say that God is always with you? It is very common to feel abandoned, but this is not true. This is why we need to be strong and stand up for what’s right. We must learn to trust in God’s presence and be strong in spite of our feelings. We must not allow our emotions to control our decisions. Ultimately, the power of God is with us all the time.

We are all created by God. He creates us. He provides us with food, health, and financial stability. We need to trust in Him to be with us in good times and bad. The Bible quotes that tell us that God is always with you are a great reminder to keep our faith strong and our faith close to our hearts. So, how do we keep our faith in God in the midst of our troubles?

The Bible teaches us to focus on our lives, not on our circumstances. This is a very important concept in today’s world. We live in a fast-paced society that constantly changes and threatens to rip us apart. But we should remember that our Creator is always with us, and His Word is the foundation on which our lives stand. The promises of God are not subject to change, and His “YES” in Christ is always true.

What the Bible Says About God Being With Us

What the Bible says about God being with us

What the Bible says about God being with us is a very important question to ask. There are many things that we can do to make God more present in our lives. We can make the most of the time we have with Him by doing the good things we are supposed to do. One of the best ways to do that is to pray. The Bible has many great passages that describe God’s presence with people.

Firstly, the Bible teaches that God is perfect. We cannot love like God. However, we can try to love others with an ardent heart. This is our goal – to have the love that reflects the love that God has for us. We must also not expect others to love us as perfectly as we do. It is God’s perfect love that we seek. We should never expect anyone else to provide such love to us.

Secondly, the Bible teaches that God is love. He is our helper, our protector, and our helper. We need him to protect us from the evil one. And when we have a problem or a hurt, He will help us overcome it by strengthening our faith. In this way, we can be assured that God is true with us and will do all that He can to keep his people safe.

John 10:28 - No One Will Snatch Them Out Of My Hand


We often ask ourselves, “Why does God love us no matter what?” the solution is that God doesn’t care if we’re good or bad. He is not mad at us, or at the things we do. He just loves us! In fact, he never gets mad at us. Whether we are good or bad, we all deserve God’s love. But why does he always choose to love us anyway?

Jesus’ prayer for us illustrates how much He loves us. He prayed for protection and for His disciples. Even though we don’t deserve His love, He has a great heart for us. He loves all of us unconditionally, even our enemies. Moreover, he loves us so much that he made himself blind to do great things for humanity. The Bible has many stories of God’s love, and we can learn from them to understand how he has poured out His love for His children.

God’s great love for us flows from His nature. He is love. He made every part of the human body, every fiber of DNA, and each human being has its own uniqueness and value. We can see a piece of ourselves in every human being. Therefore, it is only fitting that we are also made in God’s image. Having something of His nature in us will make our lives better.

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