Word & Worship – Greater Things

Today we take time to reflect on a precious verse and a beautiful song.   We call it Word & Worship.


God is unchanging and ever faithful. No matter the season we’re in, He is with us and will sustain us.

“Don’t be afraid, for I am with you. Don’t be discouraged, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you. I will hold you up with my victorious right hand.”

‭‭Isaiah‬ ‭41:10‬ ‭NLT‬‬

This life is fleeting, temporary; which means it’s constantly changing. We’re never planted in just one season of life. At some point the seasons will change; for better or worse. Sometimes they’re high, others, a lot of times more so than not, they’re low. Because our lives are constantly changing, we’re reminded that there is nothing of ourselves, others or this world that we can confidently rest in, because on any given day, without warning, it could all change in an instant.

But what peace we can have when we rest in the Father Who is forever the same. He is the only constant that truly exists, and He is forever faithful. He will never leave us, nor fail us. Whether we can see it or not, He carries us from one season to the next. He fights for us and has already made victory ours.

If you’re walking through a hard season, look to the Father Who is with you and sustaining you and will see you through it.

OUR WORSHIP for TODAY:  Greater Things – Mack Brock

What greater comfort could there be than knowing that in this unpredictable life, we can rest in that our God is unchanging and forever covering us? We pray today’s worship reminds you of His promises and the victory you have in Him. -—Blessings!

My life is built on Your faithfulness

My hope is held in Your promises

I take each step with Your confidence

‘Cause I am Yours, You never fail

You never will

I trust Your name for greater things

You will come through

You always do

I trust Your name for greater things

I will not fear for You are with me

I’ve seen this fight from the victory

No power of hell could stand against me

‘Cause I’ve seen this from the victory

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