Hosea- Week Eight

This week’s reading Hosea 7:3-16Galatians 6:6-10Romans 9:22-24

I can’t help but think what perfect timing for today’s study, with the election and all, that is happening as I type this, because for once, I’m not writing something up early Wednesday morning, but instead, here I am, laying in bed, working on our study the night before. 

I know, go me.

But seriously, did you guys read the title? ‘God has not changed’. 

I know that as this election comes to a close that a lot of us feel a lot of uncertainty. We aren’t sure what’s going to happen. Maybe we’re nervous about the wellbeing of our country, of our family, of our rights as Americans. Who knows? 

But the one thing we are sure of is that we just don’t know. 

And that’s okay, because you want to know something? It doesn’t matter. 

Did you read that? It. Doesn’t. Matter. 

The only truth we need to hold onto in moments of uncertainty is that He doesn’t change. 


He is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow.

Think about that for a minute. Let that sink in. 

He doesn’t change. 

So here’s the comfort that I take away with that. And that I hope you’ll take it away too. He loves us, no matter what. He loves us, even when we don’t deserve it. He loves us when we’ve done something stupid. He loves us when we’ve done something great. He loves us regardless of what we’ve done. 

Bottom line: He loves us. He loves us. He loves us.

No matter where we are in life, He is there loving us. 

No matter how uncertain life looks, He is there loving us.

No matter what. He just loves us.

And He doesn’t change. 

So, tomorrow, when we mess up, it’s okay, because He is going to love us anyways. And I don’t know about you, but I needed to hear this too. 

Lord, thank you for never changing. For loving us no matter the circumstances. For being the only constant that we have in this world. Thank you for today’s reminder that no matter what happens in our lives that you remain the same. And that we can always count on you even when we can’t count on ourselves. 

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