In a recent email exchange, I asked how the change at work was going.  The answer began my wheels turning--- "I suppose change is inevitable."  My response was I have lived a life of change and learned to "Go with the flow".

Change is inevitable, for we do not live in a static world.  Things are always changing.  I also found this ~

Platitudes are great, but real life is another thing entirely.  While mulling this over, I thought about standing in the strong Texas winds that blow from the west consistently.  I can walk facing the wind and refusing to change direction be blown flat on my butt, or I can change directions and allow the wind to help move me along.  It is my choice.  Life is filled with change--it is a given.  Our part of change is to either adapt to it or fight a losing battle against it.  Changes come--in all areas of life.  It is just a matter of time---get ready because change is coming.  I love the above quote and hope we all can seek the opportunities and not get stuck in the mire of refusal to comply.  Sooner or later--we must either comply or get left behind.  That can become a real struggle as we age.

There is one constant that never changes in life---the fact that Jesus paid the price for our failures.  That does not change.  The promise of eternity is all because of Him and there is no compromise.  Not to say that we cannot change our opinions over points of theology with growth and study.  BUT the one thing which is never going to change is what Jesus did for us.  It is the line in the sand.  Come what may---as the world swiftly changes---Jesus is the sure and certain way.  No need for change when He is the answer.

"For I the Lord do not change."

Malachi 3:6


  1. Thank goodness we can trust fully that God never changes. He is our compass and our guide in all things.
    Blessings, Lulu!

    1. Absolutely! When studying the attributes of God, this one gives me such comfort.
      Blessings, Martha!


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