The Lord God appeared unto Moses on mount Horeb and introduced Himself to him as the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.
Times and seasons may change, circumstances around us may change, but God remains the same forever. He is an unchangeable God (Mal. 3:6).
Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever (Heb. 13:8).
Today, in GAC worldwide, we celebrate the faithfulness of God and His protection upon us, based on the covenant He had with baba Sadela of blessed memory. This covenant of divine faithfulness will indeed span across generations yet unborn…
Even though baba has gone home to be with the Lord, the covenant remains unshaken! God still remains forever faithful! He’s still the same God (Num. 23:19; Psalm 90:1).
In spite of your present circumstance, be rest assured that God is still on the throne. He’s still in charge…He’s still the same God! Not a single jot of His Word will go unfulfilled… (Matt. 24:35; Luke 21:33; Heb. 13:5-6).
For every generation, there is a specific Word. Each generation has its own specific God-given revelation. He appeared to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in different times and in different ways. He also appeared unto Moses in an entirely different mode… (Exo. 6:2-3).
In Mark 4:35, Jesus gave a commandment to His disciples that they should pass over unto the other side. In spite of this great command, the storm still arose in the midst of their journey, but the storm couldn’t stop them because Jesus was on board with them…
Storms will always arise, but with Jesus in the boat of your life, you will finish strong and fulfil God’s purpose.
Sometimes, you feel like asking the question, ‘Lord, don’t You care if I perish in this situation?’ The Lord will appear unto you today! He will reveal Himself even as the Lord over the stormy situation of your life. He will take you to greater heights.
Don’t give up on God, He’s able to do exceeding abundantly above your requests.
Remember, He’s still the same God…
PASTOR NATHANIEL SADELA
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