Permanent Jesus

“Jesus is the same yesterday, today and forever” is one of the scriptures I rely on the most. It makes me look at Him as the eternal Savior that He is and He has never changed and will never change. This has some major implications for my faith. My faith has to be in a Jesus who He is love, who performs miracles, who is the King of Peace and who saved the world. He is bigger than what my little mind can fathom. He is a huge Savior. He is not on a human level. I feel like my life goal is to know Him as much as I can and to be aware of the fact that He never changes. I call Him “Permanent Jesus” because He also never leaves me. He is a permanent fixture in my life. His presence is permanent and His traits are permanent. If you were to paint a picture of my life, Jesus would be in the background. I hope He would be noticed the most in the depiction of my life. His love is permanent and His power is permanent. Life changes. Circumstances change but Jesus will never ever change. Please let that sink in. Meditate on that truth. Permanent Jesus is the One you need and He is the true Lord. When you turn to Him, you turn to the Lord of the Bible. The God of miracles. The Lord of the impossible. The One who incarnates love and the One who never abandons His people. Your God is here to stay. The evil in this world might be rampant since the devil is the king of this world but Jesus is bigger than the devil and His goodness will always triumph over evil. His permanent victory should be added to what you can expect in your life. Expect the best and expect victory all the time!

My life used to be a series of failures, tests and trials. Trouble and suffering were pretty permanent. I couldn’t erase them and I didn’t know anything better. “Permanent evil” was a daily visitor in my life. The evil of this world was a natural occurrence in my life. Once you get saved and you are on the other side, you can’t help but feel bad for those who know evil as the permanent fixture in their lives. We are to show the world that there is more to this life than oppression and disappointment. There is a permanent love that transforms everything and that gives a new meaning to life. That love is Jesus and He is unmovable. Once you understand that He doesn’t change and He doesn’t leave, you are equipped with a truth that keeps you strong and that keeps you going even when things are tough. You are backed by the Creator of the universe. You are surrounded by His presence. You are filled with His Spirit. You are protected by His angels. You were saved by His blood. Your life is defined by Him. What a wonderful thing it is! Declare that your life is defined by Him and that you are blessed by the permanent Savior who never fails and who never lets you down. Jesus will add good days to your life. He will take all the bad days you had before Him and replace them with blessed days that will exceed your expectations. 

Jesus is permanent. What does this mean for you? It means that you have access to a fountain of love and hope that never runs dry. It means that even when the world seems to have won, God is still in control. It means that you have an advantage over evil. You have goodness on your side and God’s goodness always wins. Today I want you to remember that no matter what you are going through, the Lord is not leaving you. I know that circumstances can look impossible. I know that things can get very bad but even when they are, Jesus is still very good. His goodness is going to crush your bad situations and bring peace and joy again. Hold on to the One who stays and celebrate that He loves you and nothing and no one can separate you from His love. “Permanent Jesus’ ‘ is rejoicing over you and that won’t change. May God bless you and protect you and remember that He will always love you!

Suggested reading: Malachi 3:6; Hebrews 13:5 Hebrews 13:8

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