Hebrews 13:8

“Jesus Christ the same yesterday, and to day, and for ever.”


It is hard for someone who doesn’t think on an eternal level to imagine the eternal. Your mind simply stops at a certain point when you try to imagine it; it traces up and down history and time, the only scale you have to think on, trying to experience what it would be like to be eternal, but it can’t do it. The human mind’s ability to ponder beyond the span of time simply stops.


We are finite, but He is infinite. We have limits and bonds to our physical and mental abilities. He is omnipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent. We cannot imagine what it means to be eternal, but He is the eternal one. We as humans even have to stretch our imaginations as far as they will go just to reach out in faith and clasp hold of this Scripture in Hebrews.


Believing and confessing in God’s eternal Word is what brings the reality of the Eternal realm to the Believer through faith. By faith we can walk in this eternal realm. By faith we can believe in His eternal Word, and that is the very reality that He is the eternal one. And this is by nothing less than His Grace that He would allow a finite mind like our own to taste of the eternal riches of His glory.


Stretch your imagination and allow the Eternal to become a reality to you. Reach out in faith and grab hold of the Eternal Word of God. Hold it inside you, and let it become a reality. He was the same yesterday, that He will be to you today, what He will also be to you tomorrow.  


56-0407 - “Blind Bartimaeus”

That's what people get who try to figure out the Bible. You just believe it. When God says it, just say, "That's right, God." What is confession? "Say the same thing." If I make a confession, I say the same thing. If the Bible said, "I'm the Lord that healeth thee," I say, "Amen. That's right. You're the Lord that healed me." Said, "He was wounded for our transgressions; with His stripes we were healed." I'd say, "Amen. He was wounded for my transgressions; with His stripes I'm healed." That settles it. That's confession. Said, "Jesus Christ the same yesterday, today, and forever." I will say the same thing. That's all. That's confessing, confessing every word, not just part of It. If part of It's wrong, all of It's wrong. But every Word is God's holy eternal Word. And there's not one precept shall ever fail. It'll work, when faith is put with It to work It with.


Read the Bible in 1 year:

Luke 10-11