We have a new on-line software program to use at work and I was set up as the technical administrator.
One of the first things I had to do upon signing in with the supplied login was to change the password.
It required 53 or more characters with 1 uppercase and 1 number.
I almost fell out!
It’s difficult enough to remember my own passwords much less one with 53 characters.
I did come up with one based on a sequence of alphabetical letters. After all, the alphabet consist of 26 letters and using each one twice gives me 52 characters. Add one number and I’m done.
So basically I could set the password as Abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyzabcedfghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz1.
The company helped me change the default password policy to something easier to create and remember so 53 characters is no longer needed.
However, my verse for today is Rom10:13. I gave it in a password form with one uppercase, a special character, and 4 numbers.
This verse is a password for salvation. It is the key to unlocking grace and forgiveness.
Remember this password but do not keep it secret. God wants everyone to have access to salvation. Go ahead – share it with others.