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5 Truths To Remember When Everything Seems To Be Going Wrong

5 Truths To Remember When Everything Seems To Be Going Wrong

Here are five things that I hope you will remember when everything seems to be going wrong.

God’s Love Never Fails

We frequently fail, but God never does, and that includes His love, so it’s biblical to say God’s love never fails since He promises to never leave us or forsake us (Heb 13:5). And never means never, ever! I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve failed God, but He’s never once failed me.

God’s Love is Unconditional

Imagine if God only loved us when we were good, and His love was dependent upon how we we’re doing at the moment. That would be nerve wracking, wouldn’t it? I know this; I don’t love my wife, my children or my grandchildren based upon their behavior. I love them despite their behavior and they love me despite my imperfections. Whatever they did would not change the relationship I have with them. Circumstances might not turn out well, but God’s not lowered His level of love for us when we sin, and raised it when we do good. His love is as constant and unchanging as He is (Mal 3:6).

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God is Not Done with You

Every time I hear someone say, “I don’t think God can use me anymore” because of what they’ve done in the past, but I tell them that God has an appointed day for their death (Heb 9:27), and as long as you’re drawing breath, God is not done with you yet. God has a purpose for every single member in the Body of Christ. That means you!

A Citizen of the Kingdom

When God brings a person to repentance and trust in Christ, they become citizens of a new kingdom, and that kingdom is coming down out of heaven someday as the New Jerusalem (Rev 21:1-2). Until then, we are sojourners or pilgrims who are traveling toward a better kingdom, but what we suffer today cannot even be compared with the glory that’s coming (Rom 8:18). For now, the subjects of the kingdom (we) suffer…but not forever (Rev 21:4).

It will Pass

Today’s troubles are just that; today’s troubles, but even if they spill into tomorrow, these things will not last forever. Only the promises of God remain and those great and precious promises given in the Bible are our hope for a joyful future. If all you have is Jesus…then you have all you need!

Conclusion

Today’s troubles are just that; today’s troubles, but even if they spill into tomorrow, these things will not last forever. Only the promises of God remain and those great and precious promises given in the Bible are our hope for a joyful future. If all you have is Jesus…then you have all you need!

May God richly bless you,

Pastor Jack Wellman

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