“…this is my name for ever, and this is my memorial unto all generations….” – Exodus 3:15
Read : Genesis 17:1-7; Exodus 6: 1-8; Philippians 2:5-11
Did you notice that our meditation scriptures are the same as yesterday’s? Please read those scriptures again and again. They are so powerful; I want us to plough around there for a little while today. Yesterday, we learned about the name El-Shaddai. That is one of the first names of God revealed to His friend, Abraham. And because Abraham received the revelation of that name, he became the father of many nations. Moses, however, received revelation for another powerful name of God, Jehovah (or YHWH in the Hebrew). That name essentially means ‘The God Who is Always.’ Which is another way of saying “I AM THAT I AM” That means God will never change. Whatever He has done before, He can do again. Some ignorant people want us to believe the days of miracles, signs, wonders, Spirit gifts, and supernatural expressions of God have passed away with the apostles. But God says ‘not so!’ He is the God Who is always. You see, you and I need that revelation today, as much as Moses needed it thousands of years ago. Moses was aware of God’s exploits through people like Abraham, Noah, Joseph, etc. But he didn’t think God was still capable or willing to repeat His feats from the past. So God was reminding him like He is reminding you and me today, “I have not changed; I will never change.” Child of God, I want you to know today that whatever you see in God’s word is still possible today because Jehovah hasn’t changed. Healing is possible because He is still Jehovah Ropheka, the God Who is always my healer. Prosperity is still possible because of Jehovah Jireh, the God Who is always my provider. Sanctification and holy living is possible because of Jehovah Makkadishkem, the God Who is always my sanctifier. Go ahead and praise Him today for His never changing character. Hallelujah!