Friday, May 19, 2023

Reflections from Psalm 25:10, Part 2

Reflections from Psalm 25:10, Part 2
-Roy Lessin, Meeting in the Meadow

All the paths of the Lord are mercy and truth (Psalm 25:10 NKJV).

Is anything too hard for the Lord? Genesis 18:14 NKJV
For with God nothing will be impossible. Luke 1:37 NKJV
For I am the Lord, I do not change. Malachi 3:6 NKJV

Truth- Is God absolute? Absolutely! Everything about God is absolute. His ways, His work, and His words are absolute. His person, His power, and His promises are absolute.

There is nothing about God that is imperfect, unsure, impossible, incomplete, inconsistent, impure, flawed, damaged, marred, mixed, restricted, inconsistent, untrue, or limited.

God’s kingdom is the only absolute, unshakable foundation upon which you can build your life. Everything else shifts, moves, shakes, disappoints and changes.

Truth establishes and stabilizes your going, and places a foundation beneath your feet. Truth secures your way and enables you to keep your balance. Truth keeps you from falling, and motivates your obedience. Truth presents no empty promises. It never misdirects, misinforms, misleads, or misuses. It cannot be bound, held captive, or rendered powerless. Truth will never get you lost, cause confusion, deceive, turn you around in circles, disappoint or bring you to a dead end.

Truth is your freedom!

Because God is absolutely who He is, He cannot be the opposite of who He is. For example, because God is good it is impossible for Him to be evil. If God had any evil in Him He could not be absolutely good. 

We are not absolutely good. We can do good things, but we can also do bad things. Often, people do “good things” in hopes of balancing out the bad things they have done. Jesus said, “There is none good but God.” God the Father is good (Psalm 118:1). God the Son is good (John 10:11). God the Holy Spirit is good (Eph. 5:9)….Absolutely good!

Is God good to you? Absolutely!


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