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Our guard is limited, however we are called to effectively use it, and it is our individual, free-will choice to do so. And when we do properly use it, we realize that it is designed to forsake that which is wrong, so we can more effectively stay behind our Savior’s guard and experience that which is right. We use our guard to grab a hold of His, which helps us to manifest His limitless power into our physical world. Our guard is unreliable, and can needlessly go up blocking blessings, because of our rampant emotions and feelings, while His never would. Our guard fails to secure the Divine peace within our minds, His locks it in and safeguards it; our guards can shift, and through our own perceptions be unknowingly willing to reject spiritual and physical nourishment we desperately need, but His never could, because He is the Great I Am: all-knowing, all-powerful, and all-present. Our guards will sometimes lower, and unknowingly welcome in a depth of trouble, His never would. His guard will sustain us and comfort us when our wrong free-will choices, or others are made, ours never effectively can. His guard is not dependent on anyone else’s choices, however, our guard easily becomes dented, damaged, and tired over the racing arrows slamming against it, weakening our endurance. Praise Jesus that our guards are designed to effectively keep us behind His guard, and those arrows no longer have the same effect on us, which is a major confirmation in realizing that John 14:23 perfectly explains our uniquely individual, private life~’Jesus answered and said unto him, If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him.’