“For I am the Lord, I change not”

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By Mary Magdelene

So you want to know God? You want to see Him, meet Him?

As many of His children, I too hunger to know the Lord, intimately, waiting and watching; yet, He makes himself known through His Word from the beginning to the end.

For I am the Lord, I change not MALACHI 3:6

You can know the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost in the Word. Too many seek the Lord outside the Word; yet, He makes himself known explicitly. His ways, His thoughts, His covenants, His immutability, His omnipotence, His omnipresence, His omniscience, His goodness, His patience, His sadness, His wrath, His protection, His vengeance, His longsuffering and His love among many and all things.

It’s all in the Word. Get to know Him. From Moses and Job first quoting His words, in His presence, to John the Revelator, closing the chapter of grace, directly from the mouth of Jesus the Christ.

You do not need that a man should tell you. You do not need that a video or blog post should tell you.

When you read the Word you are blessed, gaining understanding, wisdom and truth. You need the word to overcome the world where the fallen one has dominion.  In 2016, the devil has come out of hiding. His filth can be seen all over the world; yet where our Father’s children, His chosen, Jew and Gentile (grafted in by faith) are concerned, over these the devil has no power. Conversely, His children have authority over all powers of darkness.

Knowing Him will be marrow to your bones and a compass in all your ways.

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One comment on ““For I am the Lord, I change not”

  1. rubornagain2 says:

    Amen, this generation and ones close to it tend to let others tell them what’s what, God’s Word is clear that each person is responsible for themselves and oh how we need to get into His Word for ourselves! Thanks; Php_2:12 Wherefore, my beloved, as ye have always obeyed, not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear and trembling.

Thank you!

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