Take a four-year-old and listen to her words. This week she says, “I love apples.”
The next week she won’t touch them.
A small boy’s favorite toy is forgotten as soon as he ages past the interest it held for him. He may remember having treasured the toy, but he no longer adores it.
Is God that way with us? His promises are yea and amen as long as we’re interesting to him?
Not on your life! Read in Isaiah 59:21:
“ ‘And as for me, this is my covenant with them,’ says the Lord: ‘My Spirit that is upon you, and my words that I have put in your mouth, shall not depart out of your mouth, or out of the mouth of your offspring, or out of the mouth of your children's offspring,’ says the Lord, ‘from this time forth and forevermore.’ ”
God says his truth is still truth. His promises to us are still in effect.
The agreements God entered into and recorded in the Word two thousand years ago are still yea and amen to us today.
Get a promise Bible. Read it from cover to cover. Every promise you unearth between the covers is still valid for you today.
To a four-year-old, four years is the length of eternity. All of time has existed in four short years.
To God, time is immeasurable. When he says forevermore, he means what he says.
Don’t be afraid to trust in God. He hasn’t changed his mind about loving you.
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