Our Ever-changing World September 8, 2017

In 1959 a gallon of gas was twenty-five cents, a house sold for thirty thousand, the average annual income was five thousand. One hundred dollars in 1959 is worth eight hundred and forty dollars today. Change is inevitable. Henry Francis Lyte, in his famous hymn, “Abide with Me” wrote, “change and decay in all around I see.” But he also recognized God’s unchanging nature writing, “Oh Thou Who changes not, abide with me. In our ever-changing world, we need that which never changes, such as God’s inspired Word, the Bible, and Jesus our Saviour. God has said, “I am the Lord Who changes not.” Our Saviour is described as “Jesus…the same, yesterday and today and forever.” Of Him, Luke, in his gospel wrote, “… there is no other name under given among men by which we must be saved.”

Pastor Alex Rockwell
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