matthewEmmanuel  is with you wherever you go this morning. He is a God who keeps covenant. When He says He will never leave you or forsake you, He means it.

You can see His faithfulness demonstrated in the Bible in times past through the lives of Patriarch’s like Abraham, Moses and Joshua. He promised to be with the disciples “always,” even so, He is still with His disciples today, comforting guiding and protecting them.

Every true Christian should be strengthened with Jesus’ parting words. He made a solemn promise that He has not and will not turn back on. Jesus is ‘with us always.’ He is with us wherever we go, this is our confidence and strength. He is our exceedingly great reward. Jesus Christ is ‘Emmanuel’, the God who is with us “always.” He is a strong tower, an ever present help in times of trouble. He is someone you can depend on, He will not let you down. He is with you daily, He forgives sins, He pardons iniquity. There is grace with Jesus, these are the benefits of knowing Him. He is a great defender (Romans 8:33-39), a strong tower (Proverbs 18:10) to run into at any time. He is a great protector (John 17:12), shielding you from the fiery darts of the wicked one, all day long (Psalm 91:5). Jesus cleanses and makes whole, He strengthens. He has made himself available to lead and guide. He stays with you in the most joyous moments, yet holds your hand in sickness and sorrow. Jesus will be with you until eternity. You can surely depend on Him.

Keep on believing this morning. Go out with songs of praise and gladness. Do not be afraid, Jesus Christ is on your side, you can win!

© Ruth Dickson 24.11.1 Rejoice and again I say, REJOICE! #GihonPublishingandtranslating #RuthDicksonAuthorUK #RuthDicksonOnlineEvangelism #ChristReturns #Delay #Tired #TenVirgins #Matthew25 #BrideofChrist #ChurchAliveandWaitin #Jesuswillholdyourhand! #Always #Forever#Friend #BeholdEmmanuel

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