“Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and today, and forever.” Hebrews 13:8
As we cross the threshold into a new year and begin putting one foot in front of the other, we can feel the tenuous shakiness of change all around us.
Yet as we look forward, with that familiar mix of anticipation and uncertainty, we can find a quiet place to rest our hope and steady our step.
“Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, and today and forever!” What an incredible source of peace and hope this singular thought brings to our lives.
- Jesus – He can still calm the raging waves of life’s storms today as He did long ago. Matthew 8: 23-27
- Jesus – He is still the Bread of Life who gives nourishment to our souls when we hunger deep within. John 6:35
- Jesus – The One whose name is still above all names and whose name is a Tower of Refuge for those who call on Him. Proverbs 18:10
- Jesus – The One whose Light shines in the darkness and shows us the way. John 8:12
Jesus is the Treasure that we have in our “jars of clay” fragile lives. He shines in us and through us when we invite Him. His power is our strength in changing days.
2 Corinthians 4:7
Thank you Father God, that You sent Jesus to connect with me personally. Thank you that He is the same Jesus today that He was when He walked this earth. Thank you for His love and strength and power in my life. May I be reminded each day by Your Holy Spirit, that Jesus is all I need. Jesus has all I need. Because Jesus lives in Me and through me I can face the changing landscape of life, with all it’s wonderful surprises and all it’s question marks too. Thank you for this Treasure I have as I walk into this new year. I pray this with thanksgiving in the powerful name of Jesus. Amen.
Start or refresh your journey with Jesus today. He waits to hold your hand in this new day and fresh chapter of your life.
By Gail Rodgers
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