[Billy Graham Daily Devotion] The Unchanging God
By Billy Graham, January 11, 2017 05:01 AM
From everlasting to everlasting, thou art God.
Have you ever thought about the collapse of time? From the days of the Lord Jesus Christ until about 1830, man could not travel any faster than a horse. In 1960, a man went into space and traveled at a speed of 18,000 miles an hour. Look how far we have come in so short a time! Sometimes when I read the papers, I think we are trying to run the Space Age with horse-and-buggy moral and spiritual equipment. Technology, you see, has no morals; and with no moral restraints man will destroy himself ecologically, militarily, or in some other way. Only God can give a person moral restraints and spiritual strength. While our world is shaking and crumbling, we need to realize that one thing will never change, and that is God. He is the same today as He was ten million years ago, and He will be the same ten million years from today. We are like grasshoppers; we appear and hop around a bit on the earth, and then we are gone.
Prayer for the day
Almighty God, to know You are unchanging gives me peace in a frighteningly changing world.
Original Post: The Unchanging God (BGEA.org) Used By Permission
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