Temporary

As I sit in my study this August morning, I recognize the temporary nature of all that is around me.  Someday this house will be old and worn down, needing to be replaced or rebuild.  The cars in the drive way will eventually serve their purpose, and miles, and also need to be replaced.  My kids will eventually grow older and depart our family, starting families of their own.  Even my body will eventually surrender to age and no longer function as it once did.  It is a fact that all the world is temporary, and as long as our peace and happiness is centered on things of this world, they to will also be temporary.

God is the only thing that has not, and will not change.  His love for us is never-ending.  His will, desire and Word is constant.  To rest our past, present and future on Him, is to rest it on something sold, immovable, and constant.  We can have stability in an unstable world, only through the constant love and presences of a living Lord.  Oh the joy of resting in the constant, strong, and loving arms of the One that is always available, never lacking, and in constant desire of our need for Him. 

Rev. 1:8, "I am the Alpha and the Omega, says the Lord God, who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty".

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1. Yana wrote:
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Wed, September 19, 2012 @ 10:20 AM

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