The Marvel That God Never Expires

We live in an age when things expire quicker than some of us can keep up. I’ve had instances when comfort and ease have been attained relative to usage of particular computer software. Too often when I reach that level of “cruising” through, the tech folks roll out yet another upgrade or advancement that installs me back in learning mode. Typically, I hold on to what I gained ease of operation in UNTIL the techies render something inoperable UNLESS I upgrade. The expiration manifestation once again rears its “head.”

I’m super delighted that God never expires. Yes, Almighty Lord is current yesterday, today and forever. It’s great comfort to know that he is ever present with incomparable thoughts, expressions, and actions. Nothing is too hard for God. We can rest assured that when we consistently purpose to align with godly precepts, the Lord provides our needs and gives us the desires of our hearts. My spirit soars with gratitude for the greatness of God. Wow, the delight is enormous.

Yes, we live in a material world where so much expires and no longer serves our best interests. At times, it can become overwhelming. We cannot stop the rapid movements of technology. More times than not, we have to learn and adapt to the new developments. Acceptance with grateful attitudes helps in those transitions. Lol

Perspective goes a long way. I’m so glad that God helps us to love, cope, hope, and succeed as we apply principles that are on board with what pleases the Lord. Yes, truly, I marvel that God never expires. Knowing that is a tremendous relief as we proceed to navigate the varied challenges of life.

Psalm 22:5 – KJV
They cried unto thee, and were delivered: they trusted in thee, and were not confounded.

Jubilant praises extend to the Most High.

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Sandra Hicks

Sandra is a native of Washington D.C. who joyously walks with God, and firmly believes in the steadfast flow of love and truth. She is president of a home-based business that specializes in writing, editing, consulting and retail sales of photo products. Her published pieces include essays, inspirational topics and stories, reflections, commentaries, and poetry. In January 2011, one of her inspirational pieces was selected as a Jewel Chest feature on a Christian website. Sandra enjoys photography and snaps shots often in her hometown of Washington, D.C.

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