Memories from Summer of 2018

Friday, September 24, 2010


"Jesus Christ, the same... yesterday... today ... and forever."  
     Hebrews 13:5  KJV        
        Autumn brings us another time of reflection.

          I know for me it's refreshing  because the hot and dry summer is past (not yet)  and the upcoming fall is becoming evident in the cooler mornings and less humid evenings. My ideal weather conditions for heaven are 70 degrees, sunny, and a breeze. But, of course, I know that whatever the weather conditions in heaven are----I KNOW it will be perfect, right?

          Then we veer into the future with the beautiful fall season in all its splendor. The leaves turn vibrant colors, the air becomes crisp and cool in the day and chilly in the night.  And, there's that certain smell about autumn-- the falling  leaves--the garden flowers and vegetables withering and dying on the plants--the cornstalks drying.   The beautiful colors of pumpkins, gourds and squash gracing our tables and landscapes.

          The end of one season preparing to go into another.  There’s  changes... changes... changes. Nothing ever stays the same.
          But praise God!  There's Someone who NEVER changes. Our Lord and Savior-- our God and Father-- and the  Holy Spirit. 

           "For I am the Lord, I change not: therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed." Malachi 3:6  KJV.

          In this world of technology and constant changes, it's a comfort for us to know that  Jesus is always the same. He hasn’t changed just because it's the 21st century.   He’s always the same.

  So,  in the seasons of our lives--- remember that Jesus Christ is our Constant.     He's always there.  He never changes.   

PRAYER:  Dear Lord, what a wonderful comfort to know that even though the seasons change and we change----You are a changeless God.   Praise Your name.     Amen.

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