The Always God delivers the message that God never changes, bringing hope for an anxious time. God is still here and ready to transform our lives. We need to consider if we are ready to respond to Him.
Jarrett Stephens, the influential teaching pastor of one of America's largest megachurches calls out a common feeling: it's easy to wonder if God just left. There's a rising sense of uncertainty and turmoil in the world. Our individual lives are frequently touched by disappointment, confusion, or regret. Sometimes, if we're honest, we can even feel abandoned by God. Pastor Jarrett Stephens has been there, engaging personal doubt and frustration, and finding ways to walk with others through their own anxieties into a brighter future.
Throughout the Bible, God uses various names to describe His nature and character. Each reveals something fascinating about His character. The eternal name God chose to use when showing Himself to Moses at the burning bus was "I AM," indicating how, while others change, God doesn't. Centuries later, Jesus used this title for himself, giving seven distinct I AM statements, which help us see how the I AM from the past is still the I AM today. This unfailing, good nature of the always God helps us find solid ground in a shifting world.
The Always God gives hope to those who think God has given up on us, or is no longer responding. It invites us to quiet ourselves and listen to the God who doesn't change, or forget us. Not ever. And that changes everything.