Psalms 93:2

“Thou art from everlasting.” 
              — Psalms 93:2

Christ is EVERLASTING. Of him we may sing with David, “Thy throne, O
God, is for ever and ever.” Rejoice, believer, in Jesus Christ, the
same yesterday, to-day, and for ever. Jesus always was. The Babe born
in Bethlehem was united to the Word, which was in the beginning, by
whom all things were made. The title by which Christ revealed himself
to John in Patmos was, “Him which is, and which was, and which is to
come.” If he were not God from everlasting, we could not so devoutly
love him; we could not feel that he had any share in the eternal love
which is the fountain of all covenant blessings; but since he was from
all eternity with the Father, we trace the stream of divine love to
himself equally with his Father and the blessed Spirit. As our Lord
always was, so also he is for evermore. Jesus is not dead; “He ever
liveth to make intercession for us.” Resort to him in all your times of
need, for he is waiting to bless you still. Moreover, Jesus our Lord
ever shall be. If God should spare your life to fulfil your full day of
threescore years and ten, you will find that his cleansing fountain is
still opened, and his precious blood has not lost its power; you shall
find that the Priest who filled the healing fount with his own blood,
lives to purge you from all iniquity. When only your last battle
remains to be fought, you shall find that the hand of your conquering
Captain has not grown feeble-the living Saviour shall cheer the dying
saint. When you enter heaven you shall find him there bearing the dew
of his youth; and through eternity the Lord Jesus shall still remain
the perennial spring of joy, and life, and glory to his people. Living
waters may you draw from this sacred well! Jesus always was, he always
is, he always shall be. He is eternal in all his attributes, in all his
offices, in all his might, and willingness to bless, comfort, guard,
and crown his chosen people.

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