Sisters For Sunshine

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What is constant?

on May 11, 2013

“And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” -Matthew 28:20

“God is not a man, that he should lie, nor a son of man, that he should change his mind. Does he speak and then not act? Does he promise and not fulfill?” -Numbers 23:19

“I am Jehovah; I have not changed.” -Malachi 3:6

“He has remembered his covenant even to time indefinite, the word that he commanded, to a thousand generations.” -Psalm 105:8

“For this God is our God to time indefinite, even forever. He himself will guide us until [we] die.” -Psalm 48:14

Change is inevitable. It’s the only thing that is constant in our lives on this earth. Don’t live in fear of the future; instead, accept that change is natural. The French have a saying that translates to, “The more things change, the more they stay the same.”

For us as Christians, what stays the same is the core of our faith, the belief that God is the “stillpoint of the turning world.” Find comfort in your life, knowing that through all the changes and all the seasons you may go through, God is still here for you. God was there for you before you were born, and He’ll be there after you pass this earthly life. God is never changing and is always with us. Draw comfort from God and His constant love. God’s promises will not be forgotten but be carried out in his due time.

Again, no matter what I’m going through and where I’m at, God is with me. I find peace and hope in this, knowing he is constant in my everchanging life.

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