August 22, 2017 Job 20; Hebrews 13:1-14

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Jesus Does Not Change | Deanna George

S~ Jesus Christ is the same yesterday today and forever. Hebrews 13:8 (NIV)

O~ Jesus doesn’t change.

A~ What a constant to hold onto! My attitude and emotions change moment to moment at times. My kids tell me that I can go from 0-100 mph in an instant. They never really understand why or how I can be so affected by such a “little” thing, but reality is they have no idea what has all gone on during the day or week. I am not a constant to emulate. Only Jesus is capable of being the same everyday. I strive for consistency but it’s just not always possible when I let my flesh rule my head. I am still a work in progress that takes prayer, a willingness to ask for forgiveness, and taking a moment before I react so that I have a fighting chance to react appropriately.

P~ Lord Jesus, I love that you are the same for me as when he walked the Earth. Thank you for being the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. I love that you can’t be swayed by earthly desires. You always want my heart and soul. Please help me to be more constant like you. Teach me to see the whole picture of my thoughts and behaviors. Guide me to see when I am starting to “lose” it, and redirect my focus on your truths. I just want to be a better example for my kids.

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