Instilling Biblical Truths Into My Grandchildren – Jesus will NEVER Leave You
It’s so simple and it will never change. You can always depend on the Lord. Jesus will always be there and He will never disappoint you. So gently and often remind your grandchildren that Jesus is there.
Isaish 41:10 Fear thou not; for I [am] with thee: be not dismayed; for I [am] thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.
Are you afraid?
Jesus is with you. Remember the story of the disciples on the boat when the fierce storm came up? Jesus was there to still the storm.
Are you alone or do you feel lonely?
Jesus is right beside you and will talk to you through His Word. Remember the story of Elijah when he felt as if he were the only one that was righteous in all Israel.
Have your friends left you?
Jesus will always be your friend. Remember that everyone forsook Jesus and fled when they arrested Him in the garden? And yet He remained a true and faithful friend to all of them.
Has someone disappointed you?
Jesus won’t! Remember the story of Jacob. He was disappointed multiple times. Imagine the sadness and disappointment he felt when his sons told him he must send Benjamin to Egypt in order to get more food. He never dreamed what the end result was, yet God did not disappoint him because He knew the whole picture. Trust Him. (Read 22 blessings from trusting God)
The bottom line:
Jesus is the only friend who never disappoints, never leaves you, never lets you down!
I posted a series on Biblical Truths to teach your grandchildren. You can begin the series Here.
It is truly awesome to know God’s Love is forever. When we accept His Love and Grace, we don’t ever have to worry about a separation, a divorce, if you will. It is not that kind of Love. He loves us through every phase of our life. Even when we are not being our best or if we do something we know is wrong, fall back, whatever the situation may be, He never gives up or turns His back on us. He is always patiently waiting for us to come back. His Love just continues right on, as though we had never turned away. We tend to take it for granted. I don’t think we love to the extent that He does. We allow our love to simmer, fade away and sometimes even die, because we loose our way and forget that He is still right there, waiting, waiting & waiting for us to realize, we still need His Love. We should fall down on our knees and praise Him, thank Him and show Him all the Love we can possibly show Him. Even doing that, we could still never be worthy of all the Love He gives us. He is the Master of Love.