His Word Remains Forever

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In a time of change and turmoil, the Word of God will stand forever.

"Heaven and earth will disappear, but my words remain forever" (Matthew 24:35).

In a day of change and turmoil, the promise is made that the word of God will stand forever. The significance of that guarantee is monumental, incredible. It is not just that a book shall remain in print; rather, it is that the multitudinous truths contained in that book likewise will remain in effect steadfast and true.

Long after heaven and earth have passed away God's holy Word will continue to endure.

That should mean much to you and me in our daily walk. God's promise, "All things work together for good," to the believer is just as true today as it was when it was written centuries ago.

In fact, every one of the promises in the Word of God - including the 365 referred to in this daily devotional - is bona fide, guaranteed by the God of the universe, the Creator of all things. That alone should strengthen our faith to know that we can trust him supremely with our lives and everything concerned with them.

When all else fails, when hope is almost gone, we can come back to the Word of God, which is "quick and powerful and sharper than a two-edged sword." It will have the answer for every problem, every burden, every need we face.

Bible Reading: Matthew 24:36-42

TODAY'S ACTION POINT: I will place my complete confidence in God's unchanging Word and will rest upon His faithful promises to all believers for supernatural living.

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